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In Pictures: 15 Windows 9 features we want to see ...
One Internet Explorer
The Metro version of Internet Explorer and the desktop version of Internet Explorer are two distinct beasts in Windows 8, with drastically different interfaces and abilities. Toolbars sit in different places. Options hide in different places. Heck, even the ways the two browsers handle plug-ins are night and day.
Hey, Microsoft, could you put at least some minimal effort into unifying the two vastly contrasting experiences? At the very least, figure out a way to allow the desktop IE to send articles to the Windows Reading List app for later perusal. It’s a crime that there isn’t even a plugin for that yet.
In Pictures: 15 Windows 9 features we want to see in Microsoft's next OS