"Simons described three specific goals for what the new system should do: 1) Create one unified experience for managing and monitoring ongoing copy operations; 2) remove distractions and give people the key information they need; 3) put people in control of their copy operations. The Windows 8 team took the following steps to meet those goals:
First, weâ€™ve consolidated the copy experience. You can now review and control all the Explorer copy jobs currently executing in one combined UI. Windows 8 presents all pending copy jobs in this single dialog, saving you from having to navigate through multiple floating dialogs looking for the one you need. Next, weâ€™ve added the ability to pause, resume, and stop each copy operation currently underway. This gives you control over which copy jobs will complete first. You can also click any of the source or destination folders while the copy operation is taking place and open up those folders. To support this new ability to prioritize and decide, weâ€™ve added a detailed view with a real-time throughput graph. Now each copy job shows the speed of data transfer, the transfer rate trend, and how much data in left to transfer. While this is not designed for benchmarking, in many cases it can provide a quick and easy way to assess what is going on for a particular job."
Just give me a bloody window or windows that actually display ALL details (file extensions ARE important). NO Pictures, NO funky icons, NO web content.
Ineed and want a bloody hammer, NOT a Gold Plated, Zircon Encrusted Bio-Mechanical Fastener Inserting Device.
As for USB 3, it's been out for over a year! Microsloth had best get some cattle prods and induce their programmers to remove their thumbs from their rectums, stop rotating about said thumbs and actually write drivers that support USB3.