Bob Andersson wrote:
article bit-tech wrote:
A former Microsoft employee has launched a website dubbed 'Fixing Windows 8,' in an attempt to convince the company to address what he claims are major issues with the user interface on non-touchscreen devices.
Bibik isn't alone in his belief that Microsoft has taken a wrong turn with the design of Windows 8, blinded by the success of Apple's iPad tablet range and the clean lines of its own - small-device centric - Windows Phone platform.
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for the context. Any thoughts on this from our brave beta testers?
Hmm. It's sort of like the start menu search bar. If you know what you want, you can access that very quickly by typing the name of that application. However, if you don't know the exact name, you're out of luck.