Originally Posted by Krazeh
Pretty sure I interact with Windows 8 in exactly the same way as I interacted with Windows 7.
If you want to use a mouse+keyboard strictly speak yes you still interact with the OS in the same way, but why use a mouse+keyboard with a OS designed mainly for touch enabled devices? why not just use a OS designed with those controls in mind in the first place.
The point is metro suffers because its focus on visuals is at the detriment of functionality, a point that it seems Microsoft maybe finally admitting by hopefully including a way to go straight to the desktop.