Liking it much better than the CP so far. Seems incredibly snappy and rock stable so far. Next step is to learn to like Metro I guess. I think for me it's just a matter of getting used to the new stuff, and then I will be fine with the Metro changes in the system. IMHO any comparison with Vista or ME is just silly!
Dragging a Metro app off one monitor will immediately maximise it to the next and you can't drag it back without clicking again. Further, whenever you access Metro Start on a different monitor it moves all Metro apps onto that monitor - any hopes of running multiple apps on different screens are gone. And Metro apps don't work with Aero Snap, meaning you can't drag a side-pinned app to the top of the screen to maximise it - you have to drag the separating bar. It's actually worse than before. I have absolutely no idea what Microsoft was thinking but the multi-monitor implementation is a complete joke and clearly wasn't put through any user testing.
[h=1]Metro Madness: Ars OpenForum installs Windows 8 Release Preview[/h]
It’s been quite the week for Microsoft’s Windows 8. The Windows 8 Release Preview landed a day early, and eager users began installing the update. Here at Ars, we mentioned some shortcomings in the recommended system requirements, so if you haven’t installed it on your system yet, be sure to check it out. Jon Brodkin also took a look at the Windows 8 store to see how it fares against Apple’s App Store. Microsoft Editor Peter Bright finds the release rough when it comes to multimonitor support.