Will the allure of Windows 8 touch screen metro interface entice users to trash their old systems?
Users say It has attractive functionality and quite modern too.
Most financial experts recommend putting off buying a new computer until you have to. Even though they advise this, I do think there are many people who will purchase a Windows 8 Touch Screen. I think the first wave of users will use this as an additional machine. I think most consumers will wait awhile before trashing their PCs for a touch screen version. Many consumers are reluctant to buy new technology, even if it is enticing. I do think Windows 8 is going to be a huge hit, and change PC technology.
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