Sources: Net Applications, ComputerWorld, ReadWriteWeb
quote: Windows 8 is a hybrid of a touch interface for when you want it and where it makes sense, and the traditional desktop interface for when that is where you need to work.
quote: Windows 8 could have given me this too, if they had kept the taskbar visible in Metro. It seems so easy and logical!
quote: In the Start Menu's "Programs" I just had 5 folders: Drivers, Office, Programming, Art, and Games. Subfolders guided me to where I wanted to go.
quote: I have over 200 games from GOG alone, each with its uninstaller and link to the manual and map, etc. Finding the correct icon in that sea of hundreds of tiles with only one level of organization is not in the same Galaxy as where the Start menu was. I don't even have any Steam games in Start anymore because then it would be thousands, all uncategorized.
quote: Categorization and a multi-tasking Start Screen that includes the taskbar. Two vital features of the old Start menu that I have trouble living without.