Microsoft's mea culpa? Five things that Windows Blue should doMicrosoft has taken a kicking over Windows 8 long before it was released in October last year.
But the software giant is taking steps — albeit with precaution — to remedy a number of complaints it has received over its next-generation operating system.
Microsoft corporate communications chief Frank Shaw addressed such issues in a blog post on Friday, describing some voices that "want to stand out opt for sensationalism and hyperbole over nuanced analysis."Microsoft's mea culpa? Five things that Windows Blue should do | ZDNet
1. Metro isn't going away any time soon, so help developers embrace it
The train has left the station on Metro, the codename and still commonly used moniker of the new user interface in Windows 8. Composed of a Start "screen" and a tiled display, Microsoft still has yet to fully pitch its new 'window into Windows' to the mainstream.