Skipping the number 9, Microsoft introduces Windows 10 during a press-only event in San Francisco on Tuesday. “Windows 10 will run on the broadest amount of Continue reading
I am not getting my hopes up.
I like to believe that I am a devout Microsoft product consumer, because I like what they have to offer and their versatility. But the IT giant has been getting people hyped to the point of no return as of late with that Windows Blue BS, which just turned out to be an updated version of Windows 8 that they so tactfully coined Windows 8.1 (I was soooo not expecting that Microsoft—*SARCASM) and made minor changes; Like the return of the shutdown option on start, booting straight to the desktop, and a familiar task bar to make those that are still hung up on the greatness that was XP not make the transition away from windows and into the arms of their competitor Apple and their iOS. Unless they put out something COMPLETELY new, and away from all of this mobility in tablets and lightweight laptops, and make it completely unified like Apple has with their iOS (Which I think we are years away from), I don’t think it will be much of a big deal.
Also I haven’t read anything on its specifications and capabilities. This is completely opinionated and emotionally driven. 😛