|Windows, in it's version 8 guise, no longer supports multiple windows on the screen (I can hear you saying "Unbelievable").|
Windows 8 was designed primarily for tablets and mobile devices with small screens where there's only need or sufficient screen space for one window at a time.
A major gaffe by Microsoft where PC users are concerned.
It does have an option to temporarily show a second area in a small part of the screen, but none of my Windows 8-owning friends have been able to make this work.
Because of this, many wits have said it should be renamed "Microsoft Window"
No more drag-and-drop of files from one window to another, no more running Photoshop on one side of the screen and Word on the other.
If this doesn't get crowds dumping Windows & moving over to Linux or Mac, nothing will. I won't be dumping Windows, I'll just be staying with Windows 7 for as long as possible.