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What Microsoft's Rapid-Release Cycle Means For IT
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AliG406,
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1/18/2014 | 5:51:27 AM
re: What Microsoft's Rapid-Release Cycle Means For IT
Windows 8.1 isn't even close to being a "Service Pack", the Windows 8 Series has made my life a lot easier, Windows 8.1 helps the platform, if you have a Windows Phone, Tablet or desktop you want it to be the same on all platforms and that is what Microsoft have done! I use Windows 8 everyday of my life and its the best, more releases is a good thing! I use Google Android on my Tablet, Windows 8 RT on my laptop, Apple iOS on my iPhone and iPad! Never needed a X86 based processor again!!
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mak63,
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10/16/2013 | 6:06:25 PM
re: What Microsoft's Rapid-Release Cycle Means For IT
My thought exactly
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midmachine,
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10/11/2013 | 5:10:01 PM
re: What Microsoft's Rapid-Release Cycle Means For IT
8.1 is a service pack


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