Google foresaw this exact problem and thus decided to start the “Get your Google back” campaign. Google registered the domain name www.getyourgoogleback.com and redirected it to www.google.com/homepage/windows8/. The “Google on Windows 8 homepage” web page is meant to help both new and experienced Windows users to get by Microsoft’s new Metro UI interface from Windows 8. By following simple instructions from Google’s new page any user can put a Google search widget on his/her homepage and install Google Chrome in under two minutes.
Google’s campaign is likely to inspire other big companies to do the same thing. People all around the world have reported a certain difficulty to the new operating system’s user interface. Most likely there will be some “getting used to” time required for all of us. Tech-savvy people are no exception here.
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(Google Campaign: Get your Google Back – Making Windows 8 more familiar)