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Windows 7 UI is simple, but not easy

Posted on Saturday, December 06 2008 @ 00:10:00 CET by

Paul Thurrott from SuperSite for Windows complains Microsoft is turning Windows way too much into a Mac-like operating system where form is valued over function Thurrott states Windows 7 is turning into something that looks simple, but not easy. Here's a snip from the conclusion:
I could go on and on if I wanted, but I think you get the idea. Windows 7 basically takes Windows one step closer to the design aesthetic of the Mac, where form is valued over function. I'm not sure this is the right strategy. Simplicity, taken in isolation, may seem like a good idea. But I'm afraid that in Windows 7, Microsoft is sacrificing too much in its bid to be more like Apple. And it's the users of Windows who will pay the price.

Now before anyone gets the wrong idea, I'm a huge fan of Windows 7 and I like most of what Microsoft's doing with this product. I just think that some of the changes they're making should be rethought, or at least actually tested with a broad audience before they're unleashed on an unsuspecting public. This is my attempt, at least, to air some of these concerns.
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