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Folks I have a question

I am loving WIN8 so much but I respect your decisions as well.

Besides the lack of start button and few options moving to other places (such as shutting down the PC) what do you guys do not like about Windows 8?

Personally, I think it's not the end of the world, but they should have provided a "classic" mode and that would have alleviated most of the criticism of Win8 IMO.

Microsoft can't seem to decide wether it want to be like Apple or Google. MS are copying the bad of both and the good of neither. Again, IMO.
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People are mad because of change. Its pretty common in society for people to be very resistant to change at first.

I personally have no problem with the way windows has changed. I didn't really use the start menu before Windows 8, and I don't use it much on my desktop now. I just pin my most used programs to the taskbar and use the system wide search (which is awesome btw) to find anything else.
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