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After years of being told it never innovates, Microsoft came out with Windows 8. That's when folks said, "Please, don't innovate any more, just go with what already works!
" Sure, not everyone has embraced the Metro style or the Start screen and whole dual-desktop, dual-apps approach of Windows 8. But you have to admit, it's different from everyone else right now, for better or worse.
Windows 8.1 pretty much makes Windows 8 slightly less terrible
. It's true: A Start button that doesn't attach to a Start menu is a bit of an enigma, but Windows 8.1 provides a variety of enhancements that make Windows 8 friendlier. I've been hoping that Windows 8.2 might follow that path and take us one step closer to something likable