Not everyone is happy with Windows 8's sweeping design changes, including one former Microsoft employee who thinks the company can do better.
The former employee has launched a website called “Fixing Windows 8
” with suggestions on how Microsoft could improve the user interface, particularly for a mouse and keyboard. According to Tom's Hardware, the website's founder is Mike Bibik, a user interface designer.
“During the MWC keynote, Microsoft made it very clear that Windows 8 will work fantastically if you are using touch, mouse or keyboard,” Bibik wrote in his first post
. “Unfortunately, that’s not entirely true.”