Published on 9th June 2011 by
Originally Posted by SiskodataNew interface mmmmmm NO
Its ok for pads and mobiles but not desktop call me old fashioned but even touch screen on a desktop for me has no use so the interface is useless. I think with a mouse that interface doesn't work well and I am sure it won't be used that much maybe new users will like it but not for me.
Originally Posted by LJF...Sorry for going off on a bit of a flight of fancy there, i'm making sweeping assumptions there, I know, but these are the kind of things I would like to see implemented...
I agree it might be tricky to get used a new approach but things change. I think we should embrace it. If it doesnt work, things will revert back to the way they are now, i'm fairly sure.
Originally Posted by LJF It's as though folks think Microsoft don't have an R&D department.
Originally Posted by sp4nkyQuote:It's been 16 years since the jump from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95. In that time we've seen mobile phones dominate train journeys, three atrocious Star Wars films...So out of the four Star Wars films, which one wasn't atrocious? Was it:
Episode 1: the one with the pod race and the god-awful Jar Jar Binks
Episode 2: the one in which all the Jedi die
The Clone Wars: a cartoon that didn't work as a series so they repackaged it as a film
Episode 3: the one where I fell asleep , where Anakin becomes James Earl Jones and does his comedy "Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
It's been 16 years since the jump from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95. In that time we've seen mobile phones dominate train journeys, three atrocious Star Wars films...
Originally Posted by HakurenAnd just a word to B-T crew. On that picture it is not classic interface. It is Aero rubbish next to 'W8 style' rubbish...
Originally Posted by BauulIcons on a desktop, taskbar at the bottom, start button for the start menu...
It might be formatted a little differently, but it's still the classic interface.
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