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I have been using Windows 8 for a while now and I agree that there will be a learning curve. I think that once you get past the learning curve though things make sense. We are just so used to the Start button.
I definitely understand the frustration users feel about constantly having to upgrade software and hardware. In Microsoft's defense though, is this really any different than any of the other major players in the technology field?
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I can relate. Apple is the same way though. This is kind of the way with technology. I think it is easy to take the improvements for granted. Just try to plug something into a Windows 98 machine. 50/50 chance it will work.
I have recently picked up a Microsoft Surface and I have to say I am impressed. I also have an iPad and have used Android tablets at work. I think when it comes to things like productivity Surface and other Windows 8 tablets have a good shot.
It definitely does take a bit of getting used to. I think the problem Microsoft could have is people getting frustrated and going back to 7 and thereby becoming Windows Vista all over again where people would simply order XP machines.
Completely possible but Microsoft will offset that with Windows 8 only software and they have already announced that there will be no more service packs for Windows 7.