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Why Windows 8 Start Menu's Absence is Irrelevant

Posted on Wednesday, July 18 2012 @ 11:34:26 CEST by


Techspot wrote an article about the absence of the Start Menu in Windows 8, you can read it over here.
Although every product deserves healthy criticism, many opinions of Windows 8 seem to be based on misconceptions, especially when it comes to the viability of Metro as a Start menu replacement. For the record, I don't care if you skip the update -- hell, I might pass on it too -- nor do I care if it's the most failtastic operating system in Windows' 26-year history.

However, I believe your opinion should be formed by facts, not irrational rhetoric parroted online by so-called power users and companies that want to sell you third-party programs. The truth is, functionally speaking, Metro is basically identical to the Start menu.




 



 

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