Windows is for grandmothers...
FFS, Windows has been designed to cater for the lowest common denominator.
In order to sell it to the masses it has to be workable. That means that anyone who knows how to really use a computer, and not just 'point and click' is forced to work with a second-rate interface (that keeps bloody changing -- in order to generate training income?).
Why is it that eventually, after years of really ignoring the command line, we now get the Powershell. But they still can't get it right. Unix came out with the standard input/output/error concept. And everything is text -- ie has no meaning other than what the programmer gives it. But Powershell has 'objects' -- each of which has its own structure that you need to know.
Do they never learn?