said by howardfine:1) Interface works fine with keyboard/mouse.
Vaguely? How about almost half the article starting with the title "Touch Screens"?
1) it's clear the interface is really for users with touch-screens.
2) the millions of individuals and businesses with older, mouse-driven systems - and even many with laptops that have a touch pad but no touch-screen - may find themselves needing to memorize keyboard shortcuts for many common tasks, a throwback to earlier days of computing.
3) While there's still a Windows 7-like desktop, it's been demoted
4) it's clumsy for users of more traditional PCs, who will have to learn just where to move the cursor on the screen to bring up the charms.
5) there's no option to boot directly into the desktop environment, or restore the Start menu. And, adding to the sense of confusion, Windows 8 has two separate versions of the Internet Explorer web browser
6) if you don't already have something close to the latest and greatest PC and you're reasonably happy with Windows 7, my guidance is simple:
How is this "vague"?