To be fair, there’s also “Windows is awesome” and “Windows is great” in the search suggestions as well.
Microsoft’s own search engine, Bing, also offers similar search suggestions for the phase “Windows 8 is”.
To get a better example of what users are saying about Windows 8, you can visit Amazon and read the reviews from actual users. Windows 8 currently is rated at 2.5 stars out of 5. Whereas Windows 7 has a 4 out of 5 star ratings.
If you haven’t used Windows 8 by now, you should be aware that navigating the user interface is much different than previous versions of Windows. Windows 8 merges a tablet and desktop operating system into one. What you end up with is a what may be a decent tablet UI, but a difficult user interface for desktop users.
Instead of going into depth about all of the things wrong with Windows 8, there’s a couple of videos that explain it well.
If you still want to use Windows, I would suggest buying a Windows 7 CD and downgrading your OS.
You might be wondering how could Microsoft release something as bad as Windows 8? Surely, someone at the top like the CEO Steve Ballmer could have seen the problems with Windows and had it fixed before it was released to the public.
To find the answer, all you need to do is Google “Steve Ballmer is”.