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4/19/2013 | 3:44:47 PM
re: 8 Ways Microsoft Could Save Windows 8
In other words, Microsoft should forever ensure that Windows look like it did in 1995. God knows, as people we are too dumb to cope with even the simplest of changes. We can cope with all kind of technological advancements in automobiles for example, but some simple changes to an operating system, that is way too much. I cannot for the life of me see what is so difficult about using Windows 8. Microsoft should also let the tech media decide what it should or shouldn't do for they are that talented.
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