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Does Metro give any one else motion sickness?

It took me a while to figure out how access my programs in the app window however when I did I noticed that while scrolling through them I began to get a bit woozy LOL the animation caused buy the live search update while searching through the "apps" had a similar effect on me I think it would be fine on a small tablet or mobile display. but on the large desktop display its no good.

Does any one else have this problem?

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Metro and motion sickness

What is "metro"? I get that same feeling with Windows 7 operating system. I'd LOVE to find an answer to MY problem! I am using an old HP laptop from about 7 yrs ago with Windows XP - I am unable to use ANY of the newer computers....I've tried a Mac, a Dell desktop with Windows 7, and an HP Laptop with Windows 7 - all 3 of them made me have motion sickness and I am very, very frustrated and worried about this. I MUST work on a computer - it is my work! However, I am unable to use the newer systems without getting sick!! Anyone have ANY helpful suggestions for me?? I would be eternally grateful - THANK YOU!

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