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Report: Microsoft Shoveling More Dirt Onto Windows 8.1 With 'threshold' | Pcworld

Yes, its absolutely fair to say that the Metro interface came as a shock, and a strategy of Desktop first, Metro/Modern second should have eased users into Windows 8 via the familiar desktop, with the Metro or Modern interface left as an option. But in general, Windows 8 has been a remarkably stable OS, quickly booting into the familiar desktop interface. If anything, only those who bought Microsoft's Surface tableta minor player, in terms of saleshave had to wrestle with Metro apps while being toted around in tablet mode. Toshiba If small Windows tablets like this Toshiba Encore become more widely used, then Metro apps will be refined. But the more Windows is used in desktop mode, the less important they become.
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