Live Tiles make a lot of sense on a communication device where the apps often have something to tell you. Ones that don't--say Word or Excel--you can shrink them down to quarter-tile buttons. The scheme works since productivity apps aren't frequently used on a phone. On a PC the usage pattern is opposite.I always thought the Live Tiles made sense for a few applications. I loved my Windows phone and Live Tiles were a big part of that.
Doesn’t everybody use Open Shell (Classic Shell) instead?
Well, some of us do.No, we don't.
Some kind of trash will definitely be put in it's place.Depends on what kind of trash they decide to stick in it's place.
I found Windows 10 Tiles clunky and clumsy … didn't like the retro look either. Wanted to stay with an easy to use solution so implemented Star Docks Start 10 solution … its configurable, works seamlessly and cost peanuts.Isn't this a bit academic? Doesn’t everybody use Open Shell (Classic Shell) instead?