Originally Posted by dacloo
Man walks into a doctor room.
Man Says: "If I bent my arm this way, it really hurts!"
Doctor says: "So don't bent it that way. Next!"
Implying Launchpad breaks ANYTHING. It doesn't.
Anyway, the actual discussion is if it's really simplification, or the opposite. If you don't have anything constructive to add, why bother posting a reply?
I added that it's simplification. You ignored that.
You're used to the old way of doing things. So am I; I grew up with System 6 and have used everything in between.
Mission Control took getting used to because I loved the old Spaces so much and never used Exposé. Now I'm fine with how Mission Control works.
Consider Launchpad a pre-made Applications Stack. New users don't have to care at all about Stacks, how to make them, how they work, how they look, and folder navigation within them. All they have to know is "Click this rocketship and all my applications show up. I can make folders... like on my iDevice that I bought before I had my first Mac!... and open and close them just like on it.".