Do you use the Start button in Windows? If not, then you're supposedly the reason Microsoft got rid of it in Windows 8.
Chaitanya Sareen, principal program manager at Microsoft, told U.K. computer publication PC Pro that data indicated a decrease in the use of the Start button. Citing "telemetry" obtained by the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program, Sareen said the company found more users relying on the Windows taskbar for pinning and accessing their favorite software instead of going through the Start menu.
As a result of the reportedly dramatic drop in Start menu usage, … Read more