|07-31-2012, 06:51 AM||#31|
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I think the new Windows OS looks incredibly interesting and I'll definitely upgrade to it.
If you're an avid windows user and you try to work on a Mac for example, you'll have difficulties, because to anyone who has that Windows "mind" all the buttons are out of place.
It's quite simply really, anything you're unfamiliar with requires you to undergo a learning curve. If you use your computer on an everyday basis, the curve will be small, if you're an elderly, take a course at the activity center. We are a generation of rapid growth & revolution in technology and therefore you cannot please the older crowd, if you want to maintain your primary clientele. We are the consumers of the future and therefore the producers will try to satisfy our needs.
We crave innovative products, something new & exciting, not just a makeover of an already existing product, but something new and new means exciting and that's the keyword.
If you don't appreciate the route this OS is taking, simply don't use it - use one of the many other available OS's.
|07-31-2012, 12:52 PM||#32|
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|07-31-2012, 12:55 PM||#33|
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|08-02-2012, 09:20 PM||#34|
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As for my age, I'm 32. I work in the IT world. I have experience with various computers & operating systems on a daily basis.
I don't see how any company is going to convert to Windows 8. It's just not practical.
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