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Auto-hide is still inconsistent for the Taskbar, for example, and it is possible to have applications “disappear” off the desktop and be impossible to find with the mouse.
Cortana is massively improved over its early releases, although it requires a fairly good microphone, and vocabulary is still limited.
For example, while the new Settings interface is much more powerful than before (User account management has been added, for example), it still doesn’t completely replace the older Control Panel interface, so power users will need to use both.
Error messages are still cryptic hex codes, and if the very limited automated troubleshooting fails, users are stuck hunting through websites and forums for arcane sets of instructions to get their Update flow restored.
Fortunately, in some cases when I’ve been unable to get an Update installed, a future Update has eventually addressed the issue.
For example, the much-loved Windows Media Center is missing.
So in my case, the machine connected to my cable box will be staying on Windows 8.1 indefinitely (although there are some good WMC alternatives).
Once, Cortana was unable to reach its back-end server, even though the machine was connected.