November 20, 2012

Bring on Windows 9!

John Dvorak, PC Magazine


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So we are now witnessing the first wave of rejection for Windows 8 with high hopes of things improving. In reality, we will see the second wave of rejection, which will be meaningless until the third wave comes along. The third wave will consist of people rejecting Windows 8 on their new machines and demanding Windows 7. And yes, we've seen this play out in the past with XP and Vista. Work on Windows 9 must already be underway.

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TAGGED: Microsoft, Windows 8

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