While this is a big change in the Windows 8 UI, the software maker believes that move will not affect the way people use PCs and the learning curve won’t be difficult. In fact Microsoft assures that consumer will quickly adapt to the upcoming operating system, and hints that it has a number of changes yet to be revealed. Furthermore, we should also see a lot of significant improvements on touch gestures usability.  […]we updated the appearance of most common controls, such as buttons, check boxes, sliders, and the Ribbon. We squared off the rounded edges, cleaned away gradients, and flattened the control backgrounds to align with our chrome changes. We also tweaked the colors to make them feel more modern and neutral.” — Jensen Harris, Director of Program Management for our User Experience team at Microsoft explains. What is your take in Aero being removed from Windows? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.  Source Building Windows 8 blog All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.