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Steve Ballmer” not satisfied with the performance of sales “Windows”
Ballmer admitted that Microsoft has produced quite a lot of her Tablet “Surf’s up”.
Recognized CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer that the company have produced a very large amount of her Tablet PC service, it was not able to achieve the sales you want devices to its operating system “Windows”.
This came during a special event in which Palmer, Executive Director of operations Kevin toner to company employees, the company admitted to still retain stores worth 900 million US dollars of “Surf’s up” tablet computers that were unable to sell them, resulting in lower earnings expectations in the last quarter of the fiscal year.
According to many sources removed from the venue, Palmer might occur explicitly that “Microsoft” Office is currently offering a safe copy of your application service sharing photos “instagram” operating system “Windows phone”, in addition to talking about the company’s plans for the next generation of “Surf’s up”.
During the event, Palmer briefly discussed the sales performance of Windows, saying the company did not sell the quantity that you want the appliance operating system, referring to both smartphones and tablets, and personal computers.
The lack of hardware operating system “Windows 8″ in retail stores with weak sales and reduce expectations that accompanied its launch, Microsoft is focusing currently on back-to-school season and holiday season to make sure that the hardware provides systemic operating systems Windows 8″ and” Windows 8.1.
It should be noted that Microsoft had announced few days ago a high earnings for the fourth quarter of its fiscal year by 10 percent, with about 12.4 billion dollars in revenue, including 4.97 billion dollars in net profits. Although the figures suggest Microsoft earnings rise compared with the same period last year, but they came up short of expectations as earlier forecasts pointed to 20.72 billion revenue, resulting in a decline in Microsoft shares by 3%.
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