The Windows 8 'tutorial' is a joke

ZDnet: It's now too late to whine about the user interface changes in Windows 8. They may be "confusing" and put a "cognitive burden" on ordinary users, but for now at least, these changes are there to stay. That means it's time to put down the pitchforks and flaming torches and help people get used to the changes.

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evil_element1526d ago

If windows 8 was a car, it sounds like a stunning new car which doesn't feature a clutch or head lights. Only to be told you will learn how to drive it. Its amazing.

kingPoS1526d ago

Why are MS trying to fix what isn't broken??? I have a feeling it's going to be like winxp to vista all over again.

southernbanana1526d ago (Edited 1526d ago )

The person who made this video is obviously trying to make the OS look bad. The man in the video is either faking the whole thing or is totally computer illiterate. Judging by how the kid (?) in the back ground is acting he must be an anti-Microsoft fanboy. The OS is not that hard to figure out. Perhaps if you have a learning disability it would be. I have been using Windows 8 since the developer preview and I have a very high opinion of the OS.

southernbanana1526d ago (Edited 1526d ago )

I just viewed another video by the author. Still can't tell if he is a kid or an adult but with the second video he lost all credibility.