Many people are finding the new Windows 8 interface difficult to use because it is so different to previous versions of Windows. In fact, some are heavily criticizing it.
One solution is to downgrade to Windows 7. However, not only does that mean losing some of the advantages of Windows 8, such as faster start up, but it may not be possible depending on what type of license you have.
One of the main issues with Windows 8 on a desktop or laptop PC is the lack of a start button. We’ve been getting started in the bottom right corner for a couple of decades and now it’s gone, not sure what Microsoft were thinking.
The good news is that some handy free software called Classic Shell can resurrect the start button in Windows 8.