First, thanks Microsoft for bringing us Windows.
Next, why oh why did you eliminate the Start Button?
I’ve figured out that you want me to use the tiles, but what completely escapes me is the total lack of awareness by your designers of the value of real business processes and productivity in the Enterprise.
Now that we have Windows 8 and tiles that get us to the web out of the box and to videos and all the multi-media stuff on the web, we have to find a way to turn off most of them for our workers.
I’ve concluded that the future is now with Windows 8, but, again, our friends at Microsoft have provided us with another implementation and training challenge, most of which is self-serving to them.
And just try to fit Windows 8 into a legacy or mixed platform environment and the headaches are almost unbearable.
The door for Linux on the desktop is now wider open than ever, as is Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) for larger environments.
P.S. And the Pro-pack to upgrade Home to Professional is broken as well.