|Re #8. Perhaps I should have said "auto arrange".|
I mean that as you add a file it automatically flies into sort order - not handy if you trying to add into a stack of existing files. Previous OS's used to put anything new at the end of the list, until you refreshed or went back to the folder. You could then immediately locate them and change their names to suit what you had in mind.
This might not sound like a big deal if you don't do much renumbering or rearranging. If you do, you will know exactly what I mean. You need to try it on a big project to see how messy it is. Maybe computer productivity is gradually being replaced by Apps, social networking and so forth.
It is not just me - stacks about it in Google - here is but one:
MS have been partitioned about it but they have totally deaf ears and their answer was to remove the thread. They probably fail to understand the problem and I suspect they assumed the original OS designers (from W95 to XP) were bonkers. Sadly it is the other way around.
All it needed was an option then users would have been able to choose, depending on what they were doing.
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks