Changes remind me unreadable C++-style mess...
Very often "simplification" very quickly turns into "stupidification". Still prefer to "read" my code instead of "decode" it.
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The Question for me is - why do I need so many movements and so much code to simply do "update" instead of "delete"?
People think too much about "process" instead of actual result nowadays.
Why all faces are so... old. Software development is not popular amongst youngsters anymore?
I don't see many young faces in software development business last 10 years.
The only thing they forgot to think about is multimonitor configurations where mouse doesn't stop.
Don't like "metro" on desktop. Have Win8 but using it only in "desktop" mode, not "metro".
Still prefer to see icons, desktop wallpapers and multiple WINDOWS in same time.
Sorry, MS, but your "metro" sucks on desktops. Too simplistic for professional users.
Most useless "tutoral" I've ever seen...
Why 40secs? Why 1 MB? Why bloody Android and many other "phone OS" (even on my ancient phone) can play entire song regardless of size, time and bitrate?
Also "Zune"+WP7 is most useless nice looking piece of crap - no video playlists, no "convert to ringtone" function, no drag-n-drop from folder bypassing media library, no sound equilizer, no function to remember (or do not remember) playing position etc.No separate sound level for phone and player.
Just nothing! Piece of crapware.
Seriously, was very disappointed after buying my Lumia 800. My old iPod Touch (1G) managing media better.