Editorial: Why Windows 8 Start Menu's Absence is Irrelevant

By Julio Franco
Jul 18, 2012
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  1. Why not just install ClassicShell, then you don't see the metro interface. Then you have the start button and a familiar desktop as soon as you log in.
  2. Yup, All I do is click 460 times a day. I never for example type anything. Those extra clicks will lose hours of my day. Oh yes.
    coppersloane likes this.
  3. avoidz

    avoidz TechSpot Maniac Posts: 452   +53

    You should get some help if reading a few comments makes you depressed. Is that a side-effect of having a superiority complex?
  4. Windows 8 is a refined version of a turd sandwich.

    I got an idea. Lets make each comment in this section take up THE ENTIRE BROWSER WINDOW!! And lets disable any method to look at (holy crap) TWO THINGS AT ONCE!

    Because everyone at Microsoft can't handle more than one thing at a time...
  5. parmour

    parmour Newcomer, in training

    We should not have to go elsewhere for a choice. Microsoft should have provided an update or download for its loyal customers that prefer ths classic look. Thats just good marketing and business. Keep you customers happy, not treat them like they are expendable.
  6. Dat1Gamer

    Dat1Gamer TechSpot Booster Posts: 135

    I didnt have too
  7. I'll take a service pack over Win 8, thanks.

    No complaining here.

    Strange how people who say they LOVE Windows 8 always seem to feel the need to set up straw men arguments or false dichotomies.


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