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Poll: Basic Preferences--Using Metro Interface vs Desktop

Basic Preferences: Using "Metro vs Desktop

  • I have a strong general preference for using “metro” over using the desktop.

    Votes: 6 7.2%
  • I have a strong general preference for using the desktop over using “metro.”

    Votes: 56 67.5%
  • I have a medium general preference for using “metro” over using the desktop.

    Votes: 5 6.0%
  • I have a medium general preference for using the desktop over using “metro.”

    Votes: 9 10.8%
  • I have a weak general preference for using “metro” over using the desktop.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • I have a weak general preference for using the desktop over using “metro.”

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • I have no have no general preference as described above.

    Votes: 7 8.4%

  • Total voters
    83

znod

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#1
Poll: Basic Preferences--Using "Metro" vs Desktop

There is a great deal of discussion here that, to me, is based on basic preferences for using "metro" over the desktop or vice versa. Personally, I am very interested in knowing more about the related strength-classes into which your preferences fall. In this regard, I know that the desktop might be considered to be part of the overall "metro" interface. But, for purposes of this poll, I am dichotomizing the Windows 8 interface into: (1) "metro" and (2) the desktop. I think you will understand what I am getting at using this dichotomy without additional explanation.

I hope that those responding to my poll will have a substantive basis for expressing a basic preference (or lack thereof) of one of the types described in my possible poll responses. My poll results might generalize to the member population on the Windows 8 Forums, but that is unclear since the respondents are not necessarily from what might be characterized as a random sample. And, there is no a priori reason to expect that my poll's results will generalize to any other particular larger population (e.g., Windows 8 users in the U.S., Windows 8 users in the U.S. and Europe, etc.).

There is no "right" set of reasons for preferring "metro" to the desktop or vice versa. Feel free to express the reasons for your preferences hopefully after responding the poll.

In discussing your reasons, I hope that you will avoid the obvious sorts of questionable uses of words that many of us have engaged in on some of our topic threads. In general, let's just avoid the sorts of acrimony that have been so widespread on prior threads dealing with Windows 8 merits and demerits, etc., etc.

Edit1: Oops, the last poll response should have said "have no" not "have no have no," but I imagine you figured that out.

Edit2: See post my #40 for discussion of poll, preferences, and possible reasons for preferences to that point.

Edit 3: (1/22/13) See my post #51 for update and invitation for new voting and revoting.
 
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#2
Still prefers Desktop, although I still use the Metro Interface occasionally.
 

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Do you want to vote in the poll? See above. I think you somehow replied before the poll appeared.
 

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#4
Do you want to vote in the poll? See above. I think you somehow replied before the poll appeared.
That is true and I am confused at first.
 

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CeejayMode

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#6
Same here. I MUCH prefer the old style of Windows computing, but I mean, when the Metro (Modern) UI isn't bugging up for me, I think it's perfect and simple for a lot of everyday tasks I do!
 

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#7
It really makes no difference to me. I spend about 90% of my time on the desktop. Also, as an iMac user(80% of the time) using the win 8 start screen is not that much of a difference from "Launchpad."
 

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#8
Interesting, I have MBP, MBA, and iMac (wife). Neither of us ever currently use "Launchpad." I used it some when first installed to see what it does, but that's it. Doubt Apple will go as far as MS did with metro, but we'll see.
 
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Coke Robot

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#9
I have a general preference of metro over the Desktop.

At first I voted no general preference but thought about it a bit.

Honestly, both UIs work great. The Desktop is used a lot for me because there are Desktop programs I have to use. The metro, immersive aspect I use with certain apps as some of those apps have better layouts versus using the site. Live tiles also enhance that.

As of now, I doubt I could literally switch away from the Desktop. I'd like to, but it needs improvements and work to bring over Desktop like functionality from the apps over to the WinRT environment. For example, there are several WinRT File Explorer apps out there that I've tried out. It won't cut it for me as the Ribbon is far superior to use with two windows snapped next to each other to handle file cutting and pasting or moving or copying. As I see it, some developers are thinking that Windows 8 apps should be like phabet/smartphone apps when they shouldn't be. But if there were more people like the VLC Player development team that is taking the Desktop version of the player to the immersive metro style, things would REALLY be great.

I use a combo of both Desktop and metro. I'm typing this out within the immersive IE 10. I prefer using that than the Desktop version. I prefer using File Explorer versus a file explorer type app with not a lot functionality. When some Desktop apps get ported over to the WinRT environment, I'll give that a go. But we're too early into the saga of development for Windows 8...
 

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#10
Desktop, as resizable Windows are absolutely a requirement. PERIOD.
 

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#11
I like Desktop.
I use Metro Search to find things.
I'm used to XP Pro.
Windows 8 Pro takes a bit of getting used to.
 

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#12
Mostly use the Desktop, occasionally Metro UI.
 

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#13
I have a general preference of metro over the Desktop.
I understand what you are saying above Coke. If I overemphasize some of what your said, then please forgive (not on purpose). What I will say is just consistent with what I do.

I am OK with metro for doing a few things (e.g., changing some pc settings and doing some personalizing, etc.), but almost everything I do is from the desktop either by necessity or because I like the options available to me on the desktop better. And, for example, if I want a movie, then I go to Netflix from Chrome on my desktop. And, if I want news, then I go to CNBC, CNN, Maximum PC, etc., from Chrome on my desktop. Etc., etc. As a consequence, my start screen ends up being essentially a transfer mechanism for the desktop. For example, if I end up on the start screen and decide I want to use Word, then I click Word, and I end up on the desktop. Of the original things that were on my start screen, the only ones left are Camera, Photos, Maps, Desktop, and Weather. I leave Weather there only for a quick peak (I don't open it; I have other preferred sources for weather). I leave Camera there because I might use it sometime. Same with maps (but I have other preferred sources here too). I leave Photos there for an occasional quick peak at My Pictures. I leave Desktop there for the obvious reason. And, ignoring Maps, Photos, Weather, Camera, and Windows Media Center, If I click on anything else on my start screen, then I end up on the desktop. The things I put on my start screen are primarily those allowing me to make a selection from the set of things I am most likely to want to do after, for example, restarting. Below is what my start screen currently looks like.

Edit: My desktop tile now is in the upper left so that a return takes me directly to the desktop.
 

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#14
I use the desktop 89% of the time to get productive work done because, as pparks1 points out, having multiple re-sizable windows open at the same time is an absolute must. I do hop over to the Start UI to check weather, ESPN app, or to play a game or two. Also use it to search. I like the Start UI.
 

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#15
I use both with no preference, though I must admit to liking some of the Apps in Metro especially the travelling one. Being an iPad user I like the Windows Store, the Apps are getting better especially some of the games.

I can see myself spending more time in Metro in the future. I'm finding I don't close Apps down at all even the Desktop ones and can just switch between apps very easily.

I must admit I can't see why people are finding Windows 8 hard, especially with the task bar on the left.
 

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I mainly use the desktop, because I am more comfortable with it. If future versions of Windows don't have a desktop feature, then I will just have to adapt, but not until then.
 

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I also use both, with a preference towards the desktop. I don't have an issue with Metro. No touch, just an el-cheapo $10 USB I/R mouse
with a scroll-wheel/3rd button. Seems to work just fine, for me.
Wenda.
 

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#18
When people say they have a preference for something, it doesn't mean they find an alternative difficult, or the like, they simply prefer the former. I don't see what's so hard about understanding that.:D
 

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#19
Strong preference and use of desktop. Metro, well so far games only...card games....
 

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#20
It's not a matter of preference for me, each has it's reasons and my use of either is dictated by what I am working on or trying to accomplish not which environment is more preferable. How I use Windows 8 at work is a total contrast to how I use it at home because my use of it changes. At work it is more about productivity, all my requirements are at the desktop using desktop applications. The Metro interface becomes a launcher in this scenario although I occasionally might look at an App if a news item catches my eye. At home it's the opposite, most of what I do is consumption and I spend most of my time in Metro although I spend more time on the desktop on my Surface than I thought I would. I like both equally and find they both offer benefits in their own way, for that I voted no preference.
 

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