Really, it clutters up the Start Menu? It is in a nice folder so it is not IN YOUR FACE all the time. With the Start Screen, you have to MANUALLY remove the stuff it pins to the Start Screen. The Start Menu showing only what 5 most recent programs by default is much better than having your 30" monitor completely filled with crap until you MANUALLY remove it from there. Then the All Apps portion of the Start Screen is ridiculous as well. The Start Menu had things in folders, sub-folders, and maybe sub-sub-folders. NICE.....ORGANIZED.....SYSTEM.
Wow. Clicking "unpin" takes all but two seconds, and the tiles are gone forever, you'll never have to see them again. That's not a broken system, that's the power of user customization.
Perhaps because of this one developer (out of millions), Microsoft should go back to a user uncustomizable OS? Maybe like Windows 95?
Okay, just did a search for the post I was sure I would find. Couldn't find it so if I'm wrong I apologise.
I still seem to remember you saying that the mouse is going to be obsolete in a future Windows environment. This was in another thread not this one. The search functions here leave a lot to be desired IMO.
To me, the mouse isn't king anymore. With new technologies around the corner, I don't see it lasting much longer.