Link: Starting Dissatisfaction ☍

Shared on August 5, 2014

Matt Gemmell:

And that, of course, was what bothered me about the Start button. It’s called Start because, to do almost any task on the computer, you start with that button. Click it to show a menu where you can launch (or search for) apps, access settings, view your files, open a command shell, or even shut the machine down. It makes a certain kind of sense.

Let’s also not ignore the old joke about using the Start button to shut off your computer.

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