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I know our company just moved to Windows 7 this last year from XP. Windows 8 isn't to blame but it sure doesn't motivate or encourage IT departments to upgrade because Windows 8 just doesn't seem to impress the business sector. We are seeing a change in our culture with mobile technology like never before. PC's traditionally for our workforce have been laptop computers. We our continuing to develop and improve in the wireless technology and at the same time laterally moving towards tablets. This is no surprise.

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Windows 8 is failing so hard, it's bringing down the entire retail sector!

BREAKING: U.S. retail sales fall 0.4 percent in March, most in 9 months, as consumers grow cautious. -MM

— The Associated Press (@AP)

April 12, 2013

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I know our company just moved to Windows 7 this last year from XP. Windows 8 isn't to blame but it sure doesn't motivate or encourage IT departments to upgrade because Windows 8 just doesn't seem to impress the business sector. We are seeing a change in our culture with mobile technology like never before. PC's traditionally for our workforce have been laptop computers. We our continuing to develop and improve in the wireless technology and at the same time laterally moving towards tablets. This is no surprise.

Good post. Another interesting tidbit, executives who we've now given Surface Pros to, are interested in using them, as laptop replacements. However, all balked at replacing their desktops even though they are mobile most of the time. The qualities that make a mobile device desirable on-the-go, make them ergonomically undesirable on the desktop. All preferred iPads to Surface RTs, but they are accepting the Pros.

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The software requirements are now not competing with hardware advances.

What i mean is, my i920 and 6Gb RAM that has 4 years now or almost, can perfectly run any game. I have it OC

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