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Windows 8: You Can Handle The Learning Curve
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dcssteve
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dcssteve,
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10/24/2012 | 5:01:15 PM
re: Windows 8: You Can Handle The Learning Curve
I could not disagree more. I think it is you that has no feel for the corporate environment where social media and phone type interfaces mean nothing. We supply software to corporations and this it too big a change to be adopted with any speed. Unless Microsoft makes some changes for corporate environments, Windows 7 will be here a long time. There just is no need in corporate America for this. There are more things in life than Facebook, Texting and phone apps. Business environments are very different. Change costs money and time and needs to pay.
Lloyd M
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10/24/2012 | 4:36:24 PM
re: Windows 8: You Can Handle The Learning Curve
Finally, a rational look at the changes coming in Windows 8!
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