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A old snake goes to see his vet: "Doc, I need something for my eyes - I can't see well these days."
The vet fixes him up with a pair of glasses and tells him to come back in two weeks.
The snake comes back in 2 weeks and tells the vet he's very depressed.
"What's the problem - didn't the glasses help you?"
"The glasses are fine doc, I just discovered I've been living with a garden hose for 2 years!"
Anyone seen my coat?
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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I think we all do.... I also suspect the rationale behind it is because such designs work better on mobile phones (less clutter), and Microsoft have a bee in their bonnet about have the same OS for desktops and mobiles ("One OS to rule them all...")
IMO, they should accept that they missed the mobile boat and give up on it - and concentrate their efforts on the desktop environment and its users.
Nope, just about every developer I know really dislikes the flat UI that Microsoft is using. They also dislike the Windows 10 'Start Menu', all of them have replace it with Classic Shell or an equivalent. Now, this is all on their desktop machines, they basically had no problem with it when they had (work supplied) Windows phones (all now have Android phones).