Originally Posted by -Evita-
Oh? I haven't worked with Windows 8 yet. What's your impression? I heard that people were missing the Start button terribly.
You have developed habits using previous versions of Windows and you simply have to forget some.
Not having a start button is annoying because it hasn't exactly been replaced by something that's more logical but it's not that big of a problem, I think.
First impressions of Windows 8 are not as bad as what my friends told me when I said that I was going to switch to W8 at work (i.e. "Windows 8 sucks big time, it's baaaaaaaaad, you need to avoid it at all cost")
But I'm still figuring out things. For example, the Internet. You can use an old version of how Windows is presented or the new version of Windows8. Finding and organising my favorites on the Internet in the old version is easy, organising them in the new version (into handy groups) is something I need to figure out.