I really beg to differ with this, they are getting somewhere. They are FINALLY building a unified OS that has a dynamic user experience that is dictated by the type of hardware you are using. It's one Windows for everyone with a UI that is adjusted specifically for the type of device it is running on. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this approach and IMO it's what they should have done with Windows 8 in the first place.
Chris123NT, it's really not any more "unified" than it has ever been. What was added was a kiss-up for the pointing-device-centric - nothing more.
ModernUI is still around, and so is the Windows (app) Store - expect both to still be complained about.
The Start menu's return is not in this update, but in a future update; worse, all THAT does is screw over third-party software that did the same thing (such as ClassicShell and Start8).
I use neither one (or any other third-party "bringback"), because, as a keyboard-centric (not pointing-device-centric) user, I have no respect or love whatever for the Start menu, and I'm not putting it back with Update 2, either (if at all avoidable). Why screw over third parties?