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Microsoft's Answer To The End Of Software
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bassbo2112
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bassbo2112,
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4/9/2012 | 9:09:53 PM
re: Microsoft's Answer To The End Of Software
I would equate windows on a tablet or a phone to what linux and iOS where to desktops. Didn't matter how great they were, they were never able to overcome the domince of Windows. And at this point, MS offerings in either tablet or phone are way behind others, hence their miniscule market share in both.
agnar
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agnar,
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3/25/2012 | 10:14:37 PM
re: Microsoft's Answer To The End Of Software
I say you put you money where your mouth is and add it to your collection. I have no need for it.


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