Source: PCPro UK
quote: Just the fact I can't put folders in the start menu sucks bad.
quote: So, why's it so hard for Microsoft?
quote: And why's it so hard for Microsoft to just ignore and leave in the codes Start8 needed to work?
quote: There is no decreased functionality whatsoever. Last time I used the start menu was XP, search has taken over.
quote: People don't even know how to get back to the Metro screen after they went to the Desktop and that's a big issue.
quote: Usually things installed with a program that aren't the main executable or the various secondary software tools that I don't have enough room to pin
quote: WAYYYYYYY FASTER THAN CHASING FOR A STUPID X
quote: I can only assume its because they want to avoid people just "sticking to what they know," instead of trying out something new.
quote: There's still plenty of people who instantly make their desktop look like its out of Windows 2000, just because its what they're used to.
quote: Also, "new" doesn't necessarily mean "better".
quote: ...allow Metro to be 100% disabled
quote: click and hold the top of the screen and drag it to the bottom
quote: I will be surprised if Windows 8 is a success in phones or tablets but stranger things have happened.
quote: Lesser apps are typically found and opened via the search widget.