But my REAL point is usability and productivity which can be SCIENTIFICALLY and STATISTICALLY proved. What have you said as reasons behind your claim that Metro is not helpful?
I have no use for any Metro app on a desktop. Zero. Phones? I love apps. Tablets? I love apps. Desktops? No. I don't want a cute little box for my pictures on my start-up screen. I don't want a weather box. I don't want a @#$%! box for a store begging me to buy even more crap I don't want. No app is as powerful as the programs I use now on a desktop. Metro apps are useless for me
You said you have no use for Metro. But not ONCE have you said HOW Metro affects your productivity. By that I mean you haven't said how Metro UI makes you use more clicks or more time to achieve the same task.
You haven't given one example how the Metro Start Screen with big tiles are worse than the tiny desktop icons of Windows 7 -- not ONE example how that hampers your productivity or usability.
Does Metro make things more complicated for you? I would like to know how. But no one has produced any specific examples.
If your post was all about the aesthetics, then as I previously said, I have no problem with that view at all. But if you say Metro affects usability, I would expect some solid examples to back that up.