The most special feature of the new Windows 8 is undoubtedly its Metro User Interface, which has been the talk of the town ever since Microsoft made it public.
Many PC enthusiasts had a first-hand experience of working on the Metro UI after the release of the Consumer Preview last month. Using the Windows 8 Metro hasn't been a breeze even for the most consummate of PC users mainly because of its novelty. One of the latest offerings from Microsoft may be a technological wonder but there have already been complaints.
You will easily spot the difference between the Metro interface and the desktop interface when you see that their respective apps do not work together. The Metro shortcuts don't exactly do justice to their name and can make you really fidgety. You always need to remember that Metro is not about clicking. So, if you immediately click a popup of the Metro UI, you may end up clicking on the icon underneath it. Such an experience can be very frustrating.
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