Seriously if you judge an OS after using it for 3 hours you don't really need to be putting your opinion out there. Also, if you can't adjust to an OS you really have no business being around a computer.
It's not 1990 anymore; if the OS is meant to be used by the broad public, it really shouldn't take more than a couple hours to get a feel for it. Not that I think the OP is being particularly fair, but your first sentence is still bullshit.
Clearly you misunderstood my statement. My point was that he was just making reactionary statements once you know how to work it it works just fine and is not "shit". He easily had the feel for it but chose to call it shit because he had to learn a little bit how to use it. Sorry but I for one would rather have to learn my new product that have my "new" product be exactly the same as the old.
I've consistently had to use Window 8 at my office off and on since its release. I can tell you from the many hours I've spent with it that I believe it's shit, I don't like it, and I wouldn't willingly install it on my home PC. It's an OS designed for tablets that Microsoft is trying to shoehorn into PCs, it's frustrating to use, and I will prolong my use of Windows 7 as long as I absolutely have to in order to avoid using Windows 8.
Works fine my ass.