We currently use a shared OneNote, hosted on SharePoint.
Works very well, although I'd like to have some kind of TFS integration so I could tie OneNote notes to a TFS work item, or even to a code-file.
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Windows PC Tablet ,
could really use the same user interface , but instead we are left with 3 completely different user experience .
WindowsPhone GDr1 is THE BEST (Folder inclused )
Xbox One is the worst, we are left with a paralyzed UX plaster and frankly useless.
Why is not respected the theory in practice of the single UX for all ?
Curious to know what you mean with regard to the Xbox. Is this via the Controller, smart glass or voice.
I tend to use Voice to control my Xbox one most of the time, Smart-glass is the next most used and then Controller when I'm playing games.
Different form factors and differing usage scenarios, require different user experiences.
Its full of junk.
I don't actually browse the store looking for stuff anymore. I wait for somebody to recommend an app.
The fakeware/ malware/security problems is something Microsoft can do something about - but don't seem interested.
All the other junk, I guess we'll have to live with it.
"Microsoft is rumoured to be dropping the Surface brand in favour of the Lumia brand, this really doesn't make sense to me. Instead I suggest that Microsoft should call their merged Windows Phone and Windows RT OS Lumia instead."
I like this idea, branding the whole Microsoft mobile experience as Lumia works for me. Then being able to say Windows runs Lumia apps, will help fix the confusion around Modern/Store apps.
@MasterPi: Doesn't the Music app come by default on Windows Phone 7.x and 8.0 anyway?