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By sabina.idler
Published: Jan 18 2013 / 11:33

Microsoft has bet the future of Windows on a risky strategy of creating an operating system that works on both tablets and desktops. This seemingly smart strategy is doomed for a number of reasons, but mostly, they just forgot the basics. They didn’t know their customer. They didn’t solve a problem. Their messaging is unclear and they ignored user research.
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Greg Brown replied ago:

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The One Readability Principle the Author Forgot that Doomed this Article: Formatting Matters. That article may have included some interesting perspectives, but as written it was pretty much unreadable.

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netsql replied ago:

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I kind of question authors judgement on UX and the word 'doomed'. W8 looks to be doing ok relative to OSX, etc.

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infovation_Softwares replied ago:

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if retards and shameless people can do Objective C for money, Windows will practically wont die for next 200 years.

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