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Scary: Windows 8: App Fragmentation
Perhaps one of the most glaring inconsistencies I've seen in Windows 8 thus far is the discordance between Modern and desktop apps. The Skype app is a perfect example, in which you can have a "Windows 8 Modern UI" version installed, in addition to a desktop version. Both have completely different UIs and they run independently of one another. It's not really a big deal, until you get to things like installing Internet browsers. Because the installations are completely different, all the bookmarks and settings you have in, say, Chrome for Windows 8 will be completely separate from whatever you might do in the pre-existing version of Chrome that runs on pre-Windows 8 versions of Windows. Get ready to start picking and choosing!