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Granted I've never done this on a windows phone, only on a desktop or tablet. but imo they are not context aware; they're half baked. I also like the idea that I can have 10-20 windows open on my double-screen desktop and arrange them like sheets of paper on a desk.
The Windows 8 tiled screen is clumsy and just isn't as "easy" to use. Messy desktop or not, I can get around easy, find things easy and see more than one thing at a time easy. This makes me MORE PRODUCTIVE. I hate that the metro "start menu" takes over the entire screen.