5 things Windows 8 needs to do in 2013. What are your suggestions?
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- Return the Start button! Keep the standard menuing system! Allow Metro to be simply turned off if desired. Don't delete existing programs (with no hope of recovery or re-install of included apps from manufacturer) when doing an upgrade. Rethink the "charm menu" on right. As is, I think it incomprehensible this would be considered for the enterprise. It would take too many resources to bring people up to speed. Study this video for many others: Windows 8: The Animated EvaluationDec 29, 2012
- I respect your preference but you know, honestly, I have already forgotten what the 'start button' does and don't really miss it.
Dec 29, 2012
- wish i had thisDec 29, 2012
- it needs to have more apps from the store, and for those windowfans who says that the store has many apps already, look again and compare to ios or android stores
it also has to be more productive, windows 8 is like for gaming, the new interface is too like gimmickyDec 29, 2012
- goodDec 30, 2012
- The start button is simple to bring back. But not needed. This is a touch centric OS. So the cost of a machine worth running metro is a bit pricier than win7 because of the touch monitor. I wouldn't want windows 8 on a standard station unless I put the start button back, but other then that it's a nice fresh OS especially if you have a windows 8 phone and Xbox 360. But my suggestion is that Microsoft do more to entice App developers. A better library of Apps would make it much nicer. A better media selection of movies, tv, and music in a reasonable subscription service would tie the ecosystem together. I mean you're #Microsoft , get it together, get the lisenceing and put together a vast media library available to everyone in your ecosystem. 1 person = 1 reasonable monthly subscription for life.Dec 30, 2012