Is Microsoft Trying to Kill Windows Server?Commented on: 4 years ago
(July 25, 2012)
I completely agree with this article. Metro UI on the
Server is definitely a bad idea. Atleast they should have given
An option for the traditional start menu. just hope to see the
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