Good Gear Guide
In Pictures: 8 ways Microsoft could improve Window...
Redesign Windows Store
We’re mystified by Microsoft’s apparent fixation for laying out panels throughout the Modern UI where frequent side-to-side swiping (or horizontal scrolling with a mouse) is required in order to access application icons. The worst example of this is the Windows Store. We’d rather the featured apps be neatly presented on one screen; but if more content is required, then just have additional content laid out so we swipe/scroll the screen down to see more... you know, like the way a web browser works.
In Pictures: 8 ways Microsoft could improve Windows 8