I am not certain I have seen any official comments from MS that the charms bar is actually permanently gone. AFAIK it's only been disabled in these early releases. It may still return in "tablet mode" for all we know.
I liked the Charms Bar far better than this thing they have now.
I like the Settings Menu better (from Windows 8/8.1) much better.
I believe their ultimate goal is to remove the Control Panel (from Windows 7) and replace it with this settings function, which I believe to far worse and not allowing near the control as before.
There is so little I like about Windows 10, thank goodness, I always have my Windows 7, 8,8.1 who needs 10?
Depends on the system being used
On a Desktop don't mind either way but would prefer it back
On a Tablet I would like it back as currently its a pain to use
I might change my mine with later builds, but so far touch/tablet interface is just a poorly though out desktop mode, charms was one of the best things in win 8 for tablets
For me at least I just found it both useless and something that got in my way. If MS were to bring it back I would want the capability to turn it off.
I don't see why the charms bar would be anywhere but on a touch screen device then you can swipe/ swipe until you get dizzy
Otherwise No for a desktop but then again an option as prior versions is that outlandish No.
Scattering setting never helped anyone find anything categories have always been considered the long way around the block to find stuff.
If the start menu search or cortana search can't work off keywords for local folders/ files and windows in general than the real problem is not a charms bar it's the search function which works flawlessly in 7
Never used it and as a multi monitor user I found it got in the way while dragging items between the monitors. I hope they fix that in Windows 10, it still has a slight issue but as long as you drag fast between them your ok.