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Review: Windows 8 core apps OK for tablets, disappointing on desktops
Windows
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 15:00

From ArsTechnica:

Messaging, people, and calendar apps filled with promise, bugs, and limitations.

In Windows 8 and Windows RT, Microsoft is aiming for a pleasant out-of-the-box experience. There's an app store for filling in gaps and adding functionality that isn't provided up front, but the core apps to power your communications with friends and colleagues come bundled with the operating system. There is Mail, Messaging, Calendar, and an innovative “People” app that brings all your contacts from various sources together into one central, interactive hub.

All four core apps have promise in one way or another, especially the People app, which integrates with social media sites to provide more than the basic functionality you’d expect from a contacts application.

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