I think that feature is actually a very good feature for the average user. OS X has a similar function and it does a good job. I don't turn it off even though I'm an 'advanced windows user' as it helps protect against software trying to install itself without my knowledge.Quote:
Originally Posted by gwendes
It is still there - just press the alt key.Quote:
While I'm at it - WHY have Microsoft been removing the 'File' toolbar? Is it THAT ugly? I find it very useful.
That isn't the point - the point is that the new way of doing things is supposed to make life easier once you have got used to it. And in Office 2007, for example, it does. The ribbon is superb, with its keyboard shortcuts for every function.Quote:
I don't think it's a good idea for the end user to have things changed for the hell of it... that makes more work for me and my colleagues.
I hated XP when I got it... And the start button is still there in Vista, it just isn't named Start. This shows how far you are willing to go to slag off the new OS though...Quote:
And btw - I don't know about anyone else but I was delighted with XP from day one... it took a little getting used to but at least there was still a 'Start' button