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Fixing Windows 8: What Semantic Zoom Should Look Like in Windows Store Commented on: 4 years ago (April 10, 2013)

The logical thing for me would be to make it like the Xbox home screen, where the categories are at the top of the screen.

Fixing Windows 8: Advice for Users and for Microsoft Commented on: 4 years ago (March 14, 2013)

Paul, I have to take issue with this statement:
"after all, no one would choose a “Metro” tablet if it wasn’t Windows"

I'm not sure what's the evidence fore this.

First of all...

Facebook Introduces Powerful New Search Capability Commented on: 4 years ago (January 16, 2013)

Graph Search should be fairly useful, the search tools on Facebook at the moment are very weak.

Can't for the life of me see why someone would want web results from in Facebook though - if...

Microsoft: There Can Be Only One … Browser Commented on: 4 years ago (December 14, 2012)

Not too sure who they spoke to about this. For all the improvements Microsoft have made to IE since IE6, it's still garbage compared to other alternatives.

Whichever your preference, it...

No Surprise, But New Windows 8 Build Offers More Color Choices Commented on: 5 years ago (March 22, 2012) They seem to have taken the black one out? Surprised they don't let you pick the nice gradient backdrops like those used on the Store and Xbox screens, that looks a lot nicer than the horrible...
Office 15 and Zune: Separated at Birth? Commented on: 5 years ago (March 16, 2012) Obviously early days but I really don't like the look Microsoft are taking with some of their software. That looks really unelegant, especially the capital letters. Yuck.
Evidence That Windows 8 Won't Be Another Windows Phone Commented on: 5 years ago (March 14, 2012) There may be 100 apps but they're 95% junk. The majority seem to be cut-down versions of various websites - take the Wordpress or Endomondo apps which are much less functional than their...
Kinect for Windows Now Available Commented on: 5 years ago (February 2, 2012) Interesting, but way overpriced for something that's going to be nothing more than a gimmick for at least the next 12 months

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