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Microsoft responded to what it called the criticism ‘extremist’ for Windows 8
Was met with Windows 8 system wide wave of criticism since its launch
Microsoft responded to the recent criticism faced by the latest version of the operating system “Windows 8”, saying the existence of what it called “a trend towards extremism” in her criticism. The company’s response to the Tongue “Frank X Shaw”, Vice-President of the company in a post published on the official blog for Microsoft.
He wrote “Shu” in Tdwinth, that in this day and age where he became everyone has the ability to publication, shows the trend towards “extremism” as it seeks those who wish to appear – as he put it – to favor exaggerated and over-analysis at the expense of accuracy, in order to attract readers where he became attract more visitors to the Web sites profitable operation he says. He said that the sale of 100 million copies of any product is positive, and listen to the views and product improvement is a positive thing as well.
The system, Windows 8 latter has met with a wave of a wide range of criticism, is viewed as the Financial Times in an article last resort that the changes coming to Windows 8 refers to one of the leading confessions failure, and in reference to the next update of the operating system, which holds 8.1, which Microsoft plans launch soon in order to solve some of the problems that exist in the current version.
Economist newspaper also attacked Microsoft recently, saying that the “Restore” Start “button will not regain Microsoft to its former glory,” referring to Microsoft’s intention to re-button “Start” to the operating system during the next update after that resorted to cancel in Windows 8.
The Foundation “IDC” Studies have said several times in their reports published recently that one of the main reasons for the decline sales of personal computer is the lack of success of Windows 8 to achieve any major breakthrough in the markets, and was the latest report of the company has pointed to a worldwide decline in shipments of personal computer by 14 percent during the first quarter of this year compared with the same period last year, which violates the previous expectations of analysts, who saw that put Windows 8 will lead to a recovery in this market.
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