Originally Posted by Toss3
No way. Windows 8 is pretty damn good; it's both faster and takes up less resources than Windows 7, which is very different from the transition from XP to Vista.
Is it not cumbersum on the desktop though? Is Metro easier to navigate than the start menu and a traditional desktop with a keyboard and mouse?
I understand how it's going to be great for anything with a touch screen- but how about laptops and desktops where you still have a keyboard and mouse (or touchpad)? How is it better than 7 for users of such machines?
You keep defending it without giving any real examples.