Huge arguments everywhere! Being developers all around the clock, #windows7bugs believes, the choice should be left alone on individual user.
We are trying to demonstrate, how a classic menu approach would make things a bit better for developers, techies who have to browse through pool of sub-menu elements to do their everyday job!
Windows 8 new startup interface
Okay, we are techies and we will find out what we want from the tiled interface (after spending pretty decent time) pool and “try” to pretend that we are with the move
Worse scenarios, we just use classic shell and get straight on to our desired application. We are not ashamed to say we are from the ol ol schools
Bravo, now we can see Microsoft sending away few techies who thought they would be remembered for their “outstanding” visionary approaches with a no-harm meant “start” button elimination and easy access to applications through “metro” tiled application UI!
Yes, Microsoft, bring back what was there, let the users decide whether they want to change, finally like our employer always reminds us “Customer is the GOD”. So listen to customers and give them what they ask for.
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You can make Classic Start Menu more beautiful by going to its Skin tab and checking the “White sub menus” option.