Libraries are just folders that contain multiple folders. I don’t understand what’s complicated about this at all.
And iTunes very much does use libraries. That’s why your songs are organized by Album and type and all that. That’s a library. It doesn’t matter where the file is on the disk. I understand not liking libraries, but if you like iTunes, your problem is just how Microsoft has implemented the libraries. (and, yes, that’s my gripe, too.)
Still, I don’t understand this idea that people are lazy who don’t organize things. Organization is something computers are good at. There’s a reason why stuff like Google is so popular–it organizes what isn’t organized, making it where you can actually find stuff. I see no reason not to let computers handle the bulk of the organizing.
Oh, and one of my biggest gripes of Windows 8 is that it’s less organized than Windows 7. You have the shoehorned in Metro, of course, but that’s not the big problem. All your apps, once you figure out where they are hidden, are just sitting in a large pile that you can scroll across your screen. Sure, you get labels for folders, but they can start anywhere. It’s just all out there. If I hadn’t started over fresh, my computer would look like a mess. And I actually spent time reorganizing my start menu.
I’ve actually thought of starting a thread about my experiences of Windows 8, and, more importantly, where I think I could do better. I bet I’m far from the only one with gripes and has an idea of how to fix them. But the idea of it organizing too much stuff for you? HA!