Windows 7 - Five Things Microsoft Must Do

    Windows 7 - Five Things Microsoft Must Do


    Posted: 27 Oct 2008
    As a preface to this post I have to say I think this guy is an neverwas wannabee talking through his beard, while trying to justify his paycheck. Of course I wouldn't criticise what he is saying, there may be a germ of truth in there, amidst the waffle, and, hey, we all gotta live, and a little of the alternative opinion never hurt.

    "I recently discussed the five reasons why Windows Vista failed, and although Microsoft may continue to defend Vista as Steve Ballmer did at the Gartner Symposium on October 16, make no mistake that the company has already moved past Vista ó psychologically and strategically.

    Ballmer and company know that Vista has been rejected by businesses and that it has dreadful reputation among the general public. They know they screwed up. And Microsoft is nothing if not responsive to customers and public opinion. In fact, Iíve argued before that the company is actually hyper-responsive and thatís why theyíve crammed way too many features and way too much code into both Windows and Microsoft Office.

    So how can Microsoft recover from the Vista debacle and breath life back into Windows? If nothing else, here are five things the company needs to do to start.:-"

    Windows 7: Five things Microsoft must do | Between the Lines | ZDNet.com
    NormCameron's Avatar Posted By: NormCameron
    27 Oct 2008



 

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