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Lovely. Now about actually putting an “Exit” button on the Start Menu Apps.
Wow. Theyre actually emphasizing and hyping the improvements to a tool people resort to when their bloatware is crashing or freezing. Really, to me that’s the wrong kind of thing to focus your product hype.
Meanwhile upgrades to my iPhone and iPad gave me wifi hotspot features, air play technology, voice control, and so many other extremely cool and useful features.
“what users want” yeah right. So typcally Microsoft, clueless to what users want. Wiindows 7 is fine we don’t need a new windows O/S version yet, specially one which is being created solely for the sake of the tablet market. A market in which they will be SO far behind it would be miracle for them to catch up.
[QUOTE=olddancer;2607696]Lovely. Now about actually putting an “Exit” button on the Start Menu Apps.[/QUOTE]
If they don’t fix that problem I can almost hear the pin drop and the W8 fall off the face of the earth. If one can’t find how to exit the program do they think people will really but it. I tried it and took forever to figure it out… “ALT-F4” will bring up the closing and log off options. That isn’t a very useful O/S if one has to go that length to just log off or shutdown.