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And the study says: Windows 8 users rarely touch Metro apps

PC World - If you were going to sum up Windows 8 in a single sentence, “It’s all about the apps” would do the trick. And that’s why a new study from Soluto, a company that offers a remote troubleshooting tool for Windows PCs, suggests a somewhat stark reality for Microsoft's new-look operating system.

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-Mezzo-1220d ago

You reading this Microsoft,... Learn From It.

Madusha1220d ago

Yup. I've never downloaded any apps from the Windows market. However, I love to use the metro start screen as an easy access page for my most used software.

Software_Lover1220d ago

Microsoft should've just stuck with their regular windows O.S. and then made a mobile platform, for phones and tablets. Trying to have apps for their main system was just dumb, considering the business world does not care for apps and does not need them. I will say though that I love the Netflix Windows 8 app lol. It is great.

We got Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows phone 8. We should've had Windows 8, and Windows mobile, with the ability to install regular windows 8 on x86 tablets for business users. The interfaces for both should've looked different also, just as the interfaces for OSX and IOS look different. Just to differentiate the two.

Who makes the decisions at Microsoft?

pop-voxuli1220d ago

Yep, Classic Shell is a must have for Win 8

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