Windows 10: Do Live Tiles Have a Future in Windows 10?

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  1.    19 Dec 2014 #21

    Winuser said: View Post
    Apparently I'm not getting my point through. I haven't found any MS apps or apps from the MS store that I really like. I do use the weather app occasionally to check the weather forecast. I just started using 8gadgetpack to display a clock, a calendar, and the weather. I installed 8gadgetpack to try it out. It's OK but I'm not sure I'm going to keep it installed. That's 4 apps and I have 4 fingers and a thumb on each hand.
    Neither did I, live or dead, except maybe I take a look at weather APP every now or then. For clock, calendar, network monitoring, temperature monitoring etc., which are standalone programs and displayed on second (soon on a third) monitor.
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  2.    19 Dec 2014 #22

    I do like that MS is making Win 10 more user friendly for those of us that prefer the desktop and start menu. I hope the final release of 10 will please both the desktop and start screen users.
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