Let me start by explaining what we mean by confidence. Picture a customer browsing the Windows Store looking at a Metro style app; we want them to be thinking only about the app and whether or not it is right for them. We want them to assume—in fact be confident—that the app will behave the way they expect and thus will perform well on their system, will use only the data and information they authorize, and will harmoniously co-exist with their other applications.
powerarmour wrote:Aero removed...
http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/18/micr ... esktop-ui/
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2012 ... ience.aspx
http://www.winsupersite.com/article/win ... 012-143133
That brings me back to my central complaint about Windows 8 generally and Metro specifically: This is a neat thing that Microsoft’s building, it really is. But it should have occurred in something outside of Windows. (It should have been just Windows RT, minus the desktop.) Windows 8 isn’t even Windows anymore. It’s a tablet OS that’s been grafted onto Windows like a monstrous Frankenstein experiment.
thegrommit wrote:About bloody time. From the looks of the msdn screenshot, they're finally returning an easy of differentiating between the in-focus vs "background" window by shading the title bar.
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