|25 Nov 2012||#63|
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"I love Windows 8" as long as you keep stuffing those used $100 bills in my back pocket type website.
I hate 8 and see no point in turning the desktop world upside down for it. Poor sales are exactly what I expected, wait until after the holidays and the returns and exchanges keep coming in. If you are a computer guy in a business could be good for you selling 7 and installing it for the client.
8 is another VISTA.
I really do like 7 and I still like XP, 2000 and NT4.
You "expected" poor sales, and I'm celebrating poor sales. That's exactly what they deserve and I hope that's what they get.
I hate what 8 did to Windows for desktops and I'm staying with Windows 7. If people don't buy it, MS will have to either fix it or choke on it.
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