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  • wottowwottow wottowwottow Apr 6, 2013 4:10 PM Flag

    Microsoft's Windows 8 Has Failed, Now What?

    Google it...

    Revenge is a dish best served cold.

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    • Time for Windows 9!

    • Here are some Win 7 computers:

      HP p7-1380t, quad-core processor, no video card, Win 7, $546

      HP h8-1380t, quad-core processor, video card, Win 7, $799

      Samsung Series 9, NP900X3C-A01US, 13.3" laptop, 3317U processor, 2.55 pounds weight, Win 7, $1214 on Amazon

      Samsung Series 9, NP900X3C-A02US, 13.3" laptop, 3317U processor, 2.55 pounds weight, Win 7, $1388 on Amazon

    • hahahacreek@rocketmail.com hahahacreek Apr 6, 2013 10:21 PM Flag

      20% of computers are still running XP and users don't want Windows 8. It will be interesting to see how much more market share Microsoft loses next year, when XP users switch to something else next year. Lots of XP users have already switched to non-Microsoft tablets and smartphones.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • The evil empire already has the answer blue or the future 9th failed attempt at writing an OS. They will be
      pushing this as the answer to the 8th failed attempt just like they did with the 7th failed attempt when the 6th
      failed attempt was a major bust. Do you wonder why nearly have the systems running evil ware are still
      on the 5th failed attempt? Really only 6pct between 7th and 5th shows just how little the public wants to
      invest in any new evilware.

      At this point they can't compete with android and ios those eco systems will start to surge into the enterprize
      space as bring your own device buts up against it's closed monopoly software. The next big shoe to drop
      is office as there are many freeware programs that do everything it does. Cost save bonus managers will
      cop on and look to throw out office for products that will run on android and ios tablets. The complete lack
      of any security in their failed os attempts will push them out of the enterprise space. Look for an ever increasing
      rate of decline once office and the shift to more secure and stable os gains traction.

      They really need a totally fresh approach that is tech leading customer focused and anti monopoly.
      If they fired the fat greedy cost save bonus eating jabba and got rid of the evil one too then it would
      stand a chance to be around next decade. Put Jim Starkey in charge develop a totally secure and
      OS.

      Sentiment: Sell

 
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