The multitude says Windows 8 sucks. Microsoft says it's sold 100 million licenses. Where does the truth lie?
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One of Microsoft's top Windows executives said last week that the company is bullish about Windows RT, but analysts remain suspicious of RT's chances unless Microsoft makes changes.
As pundits draw parallels to Coca-Cola's disastrous introduction of a new soda formula 30 years ago, Microsoft says they're all wet.
Citing various PC industry executives in Asia, the Wall Street Journal reports that Microsoft is being more receptive to their concerns, and could lower its licensing costs to compete with cheap tablets.
Microsoft this week said that it had sold 100 million licenses of Windows 8 in the operating system's first six months. But how many copies are being used?
Can a smartphone that runs a desktop OS possibly make sense?
It seems like only yesterday that Microsoft first confirmed Windows Blue's existence, and the company has already announced plans for a developer preview release to go live at the BUILD conference in late June.
Comments made by Windows boss Tami Reller in several recent interviews suggest desktop diehards may find a lot to like in Windows Blue.
Windows 8 insists on automatically merging the contents of like-named folders. Here's how to restore the options you had in Windows 7.