Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) recently issued the first consumer preview of its upcoming Windows 8 operating system, and at least one user isn’t wowed by the dramatic design changes found in the new OS.
Microsoft has been keeping users up to date on the software construction process with a blog called “Building Windows 8,” meant to get users enthused and informed about the new features. But another blog entitled “Fixing Windows 8” launched on March 3. It is countering some of Microsoft’s claims that the new operating system will be user-friendly on both touch and traditional screens.
The author of the blog doesn’t reveal his or her name or position on the site, but various reports have identified him as Mike Bibik, a former Microsoft employee currently working at Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN).