2 thoughts on “New Logo For Microsoft After 25 Years

  1. Marc K says:

    I have no issues with the Home Screen, but have found the removal of the Start button in favor of a “smart corner” difficult to work with. With multiple monitors or a windowed remote desktop session, it takes considerably more effort to hit the 6 pixel area in the corner instead of the much larger Start button.

    1. Ian Grieve Ian Grieve says:

      Hi Mark,

      I haven’t yet tried it on multiple monitors but I have run it in a windowed VM. I’m not sure, but I may still be in the being slightly careful mode; I’ve not had a problem since Microsoft introduced the sticky effect in the hot corners.

      The one thing I don’t especially like is the hiding of the Shut Down command under Settings. I’ve started typing a shutdown command (shutdown /s /t 1) instead as once I’ve done it once it’s remembered in the Run command history.

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