Who the hell designed Reader in Windows 8


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The Razor's Edge

Who the hell designed Reader in Windows 8.

Why not have all the options on a band on the left or right or bottom that
allows all available options. Having to right click on the screen not
occupied by the document, to bring up options to close the file and having
to click on the document icon to bring up the delete option is
and not being able to open multiple documents at one time is just head in
ass mentality and makes Reader awkward to use. The design team
for that POS should be fired.

Giovanni
 
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Wolf K

Who the hell designed Reader in Windows 8.

Why not have all the options on a band on the left or right or bottom that
allows all available options. Having to right click on the screen not
occupied by the document, to bring up options to close the file and having
to click on the document icon to bring up the delete option is
and not being able to open multiple documents at one time is just head in
ass mentality and makes Reader awkward to use. The design team
for that POS should be fired.

Giovanni
If you don't like it, don't use it.
 
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Stephen Wolstenholme

Who the hell designed Reader in Windows 8.

Why not have all the options on a band on the left or right or bottom that
allows all available options. Having to right click on the screen not
occupied by the document, to bring up options to close the file and having
to click on the document icon to bring up the delete option is
and not being able to open multiple documents at one time is just head in
ass mentality and makes Reader awkward to use. The design team
for that POS should be fired.

Giovanni
There are lots of different Readers. Adobe, Google, Microsoft for
starts. Which one are you using?

Steve
 
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Wolf K

I thought that attitude was reserved for Apple fanbois.
?????

In the PC world, you're not limited to what the OS maker deigns to let
you have.
 
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...winston

Stephen said:
There are lots of different Readers. Adobe, Google, Microsoft for
starts. Which one are you using?

Steve
Afaics, the op is using 'Reader' in Windows 8
- i.e. that's the name of the program as shown on the Windows 8 Start
Screen.

The Reader UI as the op found is not consistent with how other desktop
applications provide options (toolbar, side window, etc.). Doing so like
Adobe and others on Win8 would supposedly take up more real estate on
Win8 capable mobile devices.

I rarely use it and configure Win8 to use Adobe Reader as the default
pdf viewer though I did leave Reader's other two defaults intact *.xps
and *.oxps for no reason whatsoever and possibly forever I've yet to
open an xps/oxps file on Win8 beyond testing if it read them months ago.
 
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The Razor's Edge

Excuse me for defecating in your nest.
It won't happen again.

Thanks for the tongue in cheek comments and responses.
 

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