When I saw the brand new user interface of Windows 8 I was impressed. In fact, make it flabbergasted. It felt so futuristic, so polished, so new. I went through many websites looking at the first impressions and hands-on sessions, and I felt that Microsoft finally made something that I could use very easily. However, after all the hype and the huge events, I started to dig deeper into the concept of the UI, the concept of the Metro interface, and even the whole concept of having two different types of interfaces go into one experience. I started to be scared that Windows 8 was going to become something that would give me the feeling that Android gave me back in the day. Android for me was just one word: messy. I could not stand the fact that all that bloatware and other types of junk littering my screen before even using it for a day. Now, you may think that Windows 8 looks very organized, very clean, and a completely spotless operating system, but the actual problem lies in one of the things that I feel that destroys the fundamental cleanliness of all technological interfaces: fragmentation. Fragmentation is what makes the Android ecosystem seem cluttered and messy in comparison with Apple; it's what makes most businesses suffer from the diseconomy of bureaucracy and miscommunication between managers; it's what I feel that may make Windows 8 a very crippled system. When you look at the user interface, it seems clean from almost all aspects, but when you dig deeper into the system you see that the fullscreen Metro apps and the desktop just don't give you a uniform feeling to your usage. This would already be enough to ward off many people that want their experience obsessively clean (like me), but it doesn't just stop there. Duplication is a very scary subject of Windows 8. There are two file system explorers, one each for both the Metro and the desktop interface. This makes me think, "is that really helping me become more organized, or is that just making it worse?" Also, advertisements are present in many apps that Microsoft themselves have developed, which just does not seem logical to me. It's a good way to make money, but this is your own product that will eventually be running on billions of computers, do you really think that this will be a great idea? To conclude, Microsoft must change something about the ways Windows 8 interacts with people, and make it more clean fundamentally, instead of superficially. Member of iFans are welcome to leave comments of their own opinion of Windows 8.