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Windows 8.1 Faces October Challenge
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Somedude8
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Somedude8,
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8/14/2013 | 5:19:37 PM
re: Windows 8.1 Faces October Challenge
I am looking forward to 8.1.
However, I don't business users adopting touch at all. I think its going to boil down to touch for play, traditional mouse for work.
AsokAsus
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AsokAsus,
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8/13/2013 | 10:01:59 PM
re: Windows 8.1 Faces October Challenge
Microsoft management is living in an alternate universe if they think 8.1 will make one whit of difference: Windows 8 is deader than a doornail. Just like Windows RT. Just like Metro UI. Just like Microsoft Apps Store. Still all of this deckchair rearranging does serve a purpose: it puts off for a few more months Ballmer's day of reckoning with his board of directors.


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