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Old 01-02-2013, 02:42 PM   #35
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Using the place I used to work as an example, getting the start menu onto a hundred computers would have taken a lot of time. And part of the problem is not simply installing them. It is communicating with more than a dozen field offices about how to install it, followed up by trouble shooting all the cases where people didn't read the instructions. And then every new computer after that, when the call comes in that asks "where's the start menu on our new computer," because the person who unboxed it didn't know about the addon.

Thinking about this more, why didn't MS make a business edition that has a start menu, comes with hot spots off, puts metro apps in the start menu, and provides controls to enable hot spots.

   
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