When the surface RT came out, I bought one for my mom and one for my dad. By the way, before this point they never used a computer before. They had just retired and I thought I'd give them something to play with. A short time later, I set up a desktop for them to watch netflix, youtube, and whatever other video online she could find on their 60" tv. A few days ago, I set up a new i5 desktop for them because I noticed the old computer was kinda slow. This evening I paid them a visit to set up a new printer for them. My mom angrily told me to set back things the way they were for her with the "big computer" (aka desktop). Puzzled, I asked her what she meant. I had everything synced back to the way the other desktop was set up. She turned it on and it logged into the desktop. She angrily said "I don't like this screen, give me back the squares!" I told her all she had to do was press the windows button and it would go to the "squares". She said "I don't care, I don't want to see this screen again". I had to keep myself from laughing. You guys know how people on the internet whine and whine about how they don't want to see the metro UI ever? Well, for my parents, they don't ever want to see the desktop. All they want to see is the "squares" on their computers. Not only that, they know exactly how to work the metro settings. To them, the charms and everything else metro comes naturally. The desktop environment seems alien to them.