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By sv117926
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Published: Mar 11 2013 / 13:12

Windows 8, like Vista before it, is on its way to the trash heap of PC history unless Microsoft makes some big changes as soon as possible.
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Greg Brown replied ago:

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If you're going to tout how much users "loved" an OS, at least get the facts right. Aero was introduced with Vista, not Windows 7.

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Girish Mony replied ago:

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Very true aero was introduced with Windows vista not Windows 7

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Miloskov replied ago:

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It is just annoying zealotry people that post blogs and they think they are marketers or journalists, Those people put in bad shape new tech or devices or anything around us, Media is a powerful weapon let me tell you. People is afraid of change, that's natural. But if I say to my grandma that Windows 8 or a Windows RT tablet is the way to go she will follow. Microsoft needs a leader and marketing guy as Bill Gates. Or as Apple Steve Jobs. People with vision and talk to the people about their inventions. Sorry but Steve Ballmer does not cut it since 2000s, I see MS sinking and sinking after he took CEO place. So first we need a new visionary on MS CEO Spot, Second we need to tell people that all the blogs or news talking bad about Windows is not True. Windows have bugs and Faults as any software or Tech but is not crap, It have good things. and last we developers if we want to see Windows continue and have alternatives to iOS and Android we need to develop apps for WinRT. I think the last 2 points are not hard to do, the problem is the first point to kick out Steve Ballmer and get a new Visionary but all is possible and with that I'm sure MS and Windows will be on track. 2c.

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sv117926 replied ago:

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I quite agree. Ballmer's really nothing much more than a glorified salesman, and that's not the kind of person who can lead a technology company to greatness, or keep it there.

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sv117926 replied ago:

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I quite agree. Ballmer's really nothing much more than a glorified salesman, and that's not the kind of person who can lead a technology company to greatness, or keep it there.

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