, evildictait​or wrote

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Oh, for heaven's sake, give it a rest.

What, are they imagined? I could write right now another huge monster posts going through them all. How many more of these do you need to acknowledge that Win8 has real issues for the desktop user? Not even a bad 90s Linux distro would be mad enough to throw a desktop user into a fullscreen application with no visible way to exit it just for playing a video/audio file (and when you found it, it doesn't even throw you back from where you started)

Are visible = false's .NET issues on Win8 imagined as well?

Sure, you can avert most of these with hacks and third party solutions, but that's an insane thing to do for an "upgrade".