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Old 06-28-12, 05:43 PM   #3
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Default Re: Microsoft explained why they killed start button

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Originally Posted by 737MAX View Post
Interesting--Very interesting. I for one use it all the time. I never keep anything on my desktop and if I DO use commands its a Microsoft + . Don't use it often though. Also, have used the search function maybe 4 times.
Hmmm interesting, I read people comments that people dont have many icons on desktop, they wanted the desktop as wallpapers then they send feedbacks to Microsoft and they got the Metro idea as second screen that people can use lots of icons instead of have it on desktop. People rather do on second screen than have lots of icons on desktop or 100 apps pinned on taskbar.
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