Thanks, you put it better than I could.
From jump street its hard to use, both. From a useability perspective why should I have UI that supposed to me my life easier harder to use to find simple stuff like How do I install a program like Symantic Endpoint Protection? ok I find out how and run the installer and it blows up. nope. not installed. Can't find the shutdown method either. (only took 2 minutes to find both on Google on my other machine to find which was easy to do, not a chore)
No command line at all? Seriously I might be an old fogie but I started with VIC20s and then CPM and then Apple DOS then Unix of various flavors and all the Windows iterations. Starting with the beta of the original Windows then WFW, NY then the rest. Compared to ME, Windows 8 is the same train wreck and RT is the same. Yes, I have an iPad and yes I am stuck to the app store unless I JB it, however I rarely find the need to do so. There are apps, they are easy to load, they work well.vNot being an Apple fanboy but the fact is it just works. I expect a command line on my daily PC. Sometimes I need it, and find / -name 'thisfile' is really helpful or God forbid I need to use sed or awk or perl. And I can do those on my tablet, not MS doesnt want me to be able to do it on with their OSs? seriously?
Its an OS for the other people who just run Word or Excel and email. Period.