PC Magazine's Sascha Segan adds his name to those who aren't fans of putting Windows 8's (MSFT)...

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PC Magazine's Sascha Segan adds his name to those who aren't fans of putting Windows 8's (MSFT) touch-centric Metro UI (due for a name change) on regular PCs. "Using Metro with a mouse is just weird," he says, since it requires dealing with oversized icons and "a lot of flinging from one end of the screen to the other." Moreover, while users can switch from Metro to a regular desktop interface, it looks as if Microsoft will require PCs to boot into Metro.