If you have Office 2010 Pro installed on Windows 8 with a big monitor, this screen greets you. By now you're probably inured to the Metro "immersive" UI, but this bears close examination. Windows apps appear inside Metro as small tiles, grouped together, with the tile showing the app name truncated to whatever fits. Unlike Windows 7's Start menu, all legacy apps appear in one blob. In Windows 7, the Start menu has some structure, placing less frequently used apps in a submenu. Not so with Metro -- every installed Office app gets a tile, all tiles are the same size, and other than deleting the tile or moving it somewhere less obtrusive, there's little you can do about it.