Calling it "Winblows" made any points you tried to make look childish. Your post was filled with assumptions and ignorance and that isn't what this thread (or forum) is about. I'd suggest quitting while you are behind.
Oh common, who said we have to be serious all the time?
word "windblows" came into my head after looking at Windows updates, like ~90% of them say something like this:
security update to fix issue, when an attacker could compromise your system. And they never end, doesn't this mean that your windows are missing glasses?
The interface is indeed ugly, too many/too bright colors, icons too big, screens are getting smaller and smaller. In my book this is called distracting and distracting does not equal to productive. So they would better keep a way for switching back into classic style and I want classic start menu and details panel back
Windows 2000 was the best GUI for productivity in my opinion, because it was plain and nothing would get between you and your work. Of course, kids would not buy it, so MŠ has to put in tasteless interfaces with as many bells and whistles they can. However, all would be good if we could switch back to that classical interface really easy.
I also wonder about security of Windows 8? Does it still bug you with those allow/deny popups when you try to run something? I think this is also one of the most stupid things of windows, if average user is presented with such popup, he most likely is to hit allow/ok. So in practice it does not really work, but annoys majority of users. What should be done instead, is non admin users able to actually use programs, and when you run some kind of install, you should be able to select how you run it, as admin or as simple user. If admin is selected, a password should be asked and software would be installed system wide. But if admin is not selected, then software would still be installed, but only for that user and only in that users territory. However, I smell a conspiracy here, if MŠ would actually implement a working permission system, then we would not need to buy expensive antivirus suites, that brings our pc's into the 80'ies in terms of speed. And antivirus companies would not bee to happy about that I imagine.
And another seriously big problem with windows (Linux slowly tens to be getting there too though) is applications updating them selves. Imagine that you have lots of various applications, and all of them wants to update, what happens? A massive waste of system resources and heart attack to poor user when his favorite application suddenly changes gui. It is always best, when such tasks are left to the administrator or at least centralized, which does not happen in windows world.
So here we are, hoping for the best, and I am not going to quit anywhere