Dell Urged Microsoft to Reconsider Windows RT BrandingCommented on: 4 years ago
(December 27, 2012)
I say if people are not smart enough or too lazy to try to understand the differences, then you shouldn't be using a computer. We didn't have confused users back in the 80's because the...
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