Windows 8 was nearly a complete failure on every front; it cost two high-ranking executives their jobs, failed to secure Microsoft's mobile future and failed to build a truly successful app store.
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While it might be some time before the reasons behind Steve Sinofsky's departure are made clear, Steve Ballmer hasn't hesitated in heaping praise on the former Windows chief.
There are many theories circulating as to why Microsoft's former Windows head, Steven Sinofsky, left the company yesterday. Here's some of the more...'creative' theories regarding his departure.
Steven Sinofsky, the head of Windows at Microsoft, has left the company effective immediately. Julie Larson-Green and Tami Reller will be taking charge of different aspects of the Windows division
Some are calling Steven Sinofsky "Mr. Windows 8", yet others complain that his management style stifles collaboration. A new profile on the man behind the future of Windows reveals more.
Microsoft's Steven Sinofsky was spotted testing a Microsoft Surface in a restaurant which bodes well for the product launching soon. Make the jump to see the picture of the Surface in the wild.
On Monday I attended an exclusive workshop on Windows 7. Microsoft briefed us on the core changes on Windows 7, their goals for the client and the ideas for the future of Windows Live. ...