Concerning Windows 8 Metro apps, I have a Windows 8 RT tablet and the manufacturer decided to place the USB port on the bottom of the tab. If I want to have the tablet in a stand and use it like a desktop, I have to flip the device over so the USB port is on top and can be accessible and usable.

Every so often I come across some Metro apps that will not function this way. They flip back over into the "standard" viewing position. You would think that the programmers would just let the app appear as however Windows has the tablet situated, whether right side up or upside down.

It is only a couple I think. Strange behavior.