"I don't like it" is a summary of the multiple issues that the user has experienced. It represents the conclusion of their assessment.
It is unreasonable to expect ordinary users to provide a detailed and complete technical review of an implementation, that's the job of the development testers, who should have already done that before the implementation went live. The fact that such an ill-conceived and poorly-presented implementation has found its way into the world seems to suggest that there was no end-user consultation to provide input to the design process, and testing was limited to "does it break".
For more technical details, just review the numerous comments within the community, most of which would not be here if the implementation had been conducted with proper consultation.