re: Windows 8 Sales Stall: 3 Strategies
i agree. I also like and use Win8 at home and at work, desktop, Windows 8 phone, and a home laptop. None are touchscreen other than the phone, but the next laptop will be an Ultrabook with touchscreen. Nothing wrong with Win 8 in my book, and little adjustments going from XP or Win 7. I do read the manuals, help screens, and use tutorials to get started, unlike the lazy 90% who prefer to complain. MS did a poor job of marketing and rolling out the new software and hardware, as did most vendors. They all had misses, and a few close hits so far. We will be rolling out Windows 8 at work within the year, about 100 users. We are at about 10 users now in testing mode, going from XP/Win 7 32 bit to Win 8 64 bit. Only 1 minor application that needs updating to 64 bit, but there is a workaround until the software is updated by the vendor. There are many advantages to Win 8 when you learn how to use it.