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City of Boston Drops Microsoft for Google Commented on: 2 years ago (May 15, 2013)

It's true that the productivity apps in Google Docs aren't yet on a par with MS Office, but it sounds to me like it's only the email system that's being replaced. I moved our organisation over to...

Report: Microsoft Surface Already Impacting Tablet Market Commented on: 2 years ago (May 2, 2013)

Seems to be stretching it a bit to say that Microsoft is "impacting" the tablet market with a 1.8% share.

Windows 8 Sales: Hot or Not? Commented on: 2 years ago (March 5, 2013) This is only an anecdote, but I've still yet to see a machine in the wild running Windows 8. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if the situation is a lot worse than MS is letting on, and I see...
PC Makers Aren’t Learning From History Commented on: 2 years ago (January 30, 2013) It's not really surprising that Acer's sales have dropped off so much. Enough time has passed for all the people (myself included) who bought their cheap laptops to realise that they're a...
Windows 8: Death by a Thousand Cuts? Commented on: 2 years ago (December 19, 2012) I could tell from the first time I used the developer preview that Windows 8 was going to be poorly received by consumers. It just doesn't feel right as an OS on the desktop, and despite some...
Dell Urged Microsoft to Reconsider Windows RT Branding Commented on: 2 years ago (December 19, 2012) I really cannot understand why Microsoft is still under the impression that "Windows" is a good brand to use. They finally came up with a really good OS with Windows 7, but nonetheless I...
Why Doesn't Windows 8 Just Look Like THIS? Commented on: 3 years ago (January 13, 2012) Paul, I've thought it should look like something along your lines since the beginning, but actually I do like the clean, modern look of the start screen, it's just the switching between start...

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