by Forrest Sheng Bao
I believe Microsoft has a long history of designing bad user interface. And they never know they have that problem. I just wanna give you an example, of a very important function. The time span is kinda long, from Windows 7 (maybe even as early as Windows Vista) to current beta version of Wndows 8.
Here is the snapshot I wanna crticize.
I noticed this problem on Windows 7 - didn't get a chance to even install Vista on any of my testbeds. Sadly, Microsoft hasn't fixed this problem in Windows 8 Developer Preview.
I cannot see what are the new underlying technology is been made into every new version of Windows after Windows 2000. All I see, are bad UIs introduced. They look fancy but not as so when you use them.