Originally Posted by Rack Bauer
I'm also a bit frustrated with windows 8, but that dude in the video needed to do some homework before jumping in to it.
He obviously had no idea about a lot of the features in this OS or how to use them.
I've been using windows 8 for about 2 months now and once I got the hang of it it wasn't a problem anymore.
I think you missed his point (I'm not agreeing or disagreeing with him, just pointing this out). He was complaining that Windows 8 was not intuitive. I have had both non-tech and tech friends tell me the same thing including a tech friend who is a huge Microsoft fan.
That said, the one thing I wonder is if Windows 8 is confusing and not intuitive due to poor UI/UX design or are users of previous Windows iterations simply locked into doing things a certain way and even when trying to use/learn Windows 8 they are still using the logic and thought process etched into their minds by those older Windows releases?