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Franticfrank Post time: 2012-10-16 17:48
I do not think it is a big failure - such a new and innovative system needs time to mature. Sure, it ...
It may be good for tablets, but I believe it is taking 20 years backwards for PCs. It is very user-unfriendly, most of the customization features are removed, it is harder and more time-consuming to move about, and the mouse is being sujugaged for pretend touch screen on laptops that use mouse, not touch screen.
Microsoft believes that laptop PCs will soon become obsolete, but how many people find it easy to watch high def movies/shows, play video games, write papers on Microsoft Office, use advanced programs like Photoshop and media editors, and so forth on the 10 inch weak tablets? I think, and I assume most would think it would be very hard. PCs will never become obsolete; sure, the large bulky towers most likely will, but not laptop PCs. So, I think Microsoft needs to separate PC operating system from tablet one.