One last thing a developer should do when upgrading a software application is to drastically change the user interface (UI). Users' purpose of using software is not just to use it, but to get things done. Unless you make their lives easier, they will hate the change, and even go back to old versions.
Sadly, Windows 8 made the mistake. To be short, I cannot find the place to restart the PC, nor can I find the Program menu after clicking Start button. Why would I use an OS that does not give me quick access to all my installed applications?
|I cannot find anywhere to power off the computer.|
|Too many buttons.|
|So, there is another Control Panel for More settings? And the "S" in "settings" isn't capitalized as other options?|