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As you see most here simply don't care about whether you or your nephew love Win 8. The moment you understand the word preference is the moment you understand why the majority of PC users don't like that metrosexual interface that comes with Win 8 and its Plus pack Win Fail... I mean Blue.

Alternative is to become a dictator and enforce your view.

No point I made in my post was specifically or directly related to whether or not I or my nephew like Windows 8. The only reason I mentioned my nephew was to highlight the fact a person saying Windows 8 had a "dramatic" learning curve was a tad dramatic.

I'll post it again so that you can see this:
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Dramatic much?

My four year old nephew learned how to use it after I showed it to him one time. He's always going into the store and downloading games which thankfully is safe for him to do since the store/metro is a controlled environment.

For the majority of end users in the "corporate world" it amounts to a slightly different way to open word/excel/internet explorer/outlook/other generic office software.

Furthermore, anyone even the slightest bit familiar with "the corporate world" knows that "the corporate world" has never in recent history automatically jumped on a new version of Windows, not even months or multiple years after its release and for obvious reasons.

MS are providing official support for Windows 7 until 2020 and if it comes to light that "the corporate world" requires something closer to Windows 7 in almost a decades time, they will simply provide it. Simple as.

They are more than happy for people to continue rolling out their business platforms on their most stable and refined version of Windows while XP slowwwwwwly phases out.

In the mean time, yes, they are taking it to the media/home user market with Windows 8 and they have a loooong time before "the corporate world" start clamouring for a new version of WIndows.

Businesses don't buy new stuff "just because". General end consumers do. Therefore, tablets and Windows 8.

In the end, your reply is almost literally unrelated to any point I made in my post and seems to be fuelled by internal bitterness more than it is to make any kind of rebuttal towards my actual argument.
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My four year old nephew learned how to use it after I showed it to him one time.

When I was 4 years old I was using DOS like a pro.

Quickly, everyone go to DOS as it has no real major learning curve! Or maybe realize that kids can pick up this kind of stuff much easier than an adult.
    
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My four year old nephew learned how to use it after I showed it to him one time. He's always going into the store and downloading games which thankfully is safe for him to do since the store/metro is a controlled environment.

Good for him, now do the samething with a 1000 4 year olds so we get a proper selection.
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For the majority of end users in the "corporate world" it amounts to a slightly different way to open word/excel/internet explorer/outlook/other generic office software.

For the majority of the end users in the corporate world it amounts to opening proprietaty software/specialized software in a different way and have what ever generic software used opened in a window.
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Furthermore, anyone even the slightest bit familiar with "the corporate world" knows that "the corporate world" has never in recent history automatically jumped on a new version of Windows, not even months or multiple years after its release and for obvious reasons.

Anyone witht the slightest familiarity with the corporate world would know that they run non generic and fairly hefty software, but that's not the point is it.
There's a reason for the corporate world to stay behind, but even more so there's no reason to move ahead.

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MS are providing official support for Windows 7 until 2020 and if it comes to light that "the corporate world" requires something closer to Windows 7 in almost a decades time, they will simply provide it. Simple as.

A logical railroad? Well let's see

A. Refrain from upgrading OS for 17 years, hope that microsoft change their way, redevelop and adapt proprietary software to the a new MS OS that might be released
B. Do something else.
b.1. Make the move to Linux
b.2 Stick with what works (pull out the ethernet cord and decide that nothing wille ver change and use encarta instead of wikipedia)
b.3 Downgrade to windows 95 and P2 since XP is way overkill for most menial tasks.
b (...). (...)

Can you come up with more possible futures?
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They are more than happy for people to continue rolling out their business platforms on their most stable and refined version of Windows while XP slowwwwwwly phases out.

I'm assuming it's Microsoft that's happy? Well Microsoft shouldn't be happy. The end user should be happy. Yes they are contradictory, Transaction costs and what not.
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In the mean time, yes, they are taking it to the media/home user market with Windows 8 and they have a loooong time before "the corporate world" start clamouring for a new version of WIndows.

This is a bonafide wordplay, the consumer market isn't interested in W8, the corporate market isn't interested in W8 the tablet market isn't interested in W8. The amount of people interested in W8 is less than than the amount of people willing to stay behind. So yes, Microsoft is taking W8 to the consumer market but the consumer market isn't taking W8 home.
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Businesses don't buy new stuff "just because". General end consumers do. Therefore, tablets and Windows 8.

Agreeing on the first part, disagreeing on the second part. The people who buy stuff just because are the first adopters and the early adopters. If i remember my marketing classes correctly they amount to less than 10% of the market. W8 should have a larger share by now, in fact the rate of sales should have exceeded W7 long ago since the market has grown but well, they didn't. We can't really draw any conclusions because of this other than: The consumer market doesn't dumbgrade to W8 just because and that W8 will be a forced OS: IE adoption rates will near correlate with computer sales rather than upgrades. Which in itself is irrelevant data since the consumer can smartgrade to W7 or go full out bonkers and install Linux.
 
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You seem to be commenting on my argument more than you are actually rebutting it.
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You can make a Hackintosh very easily. Lots of respectable people have done this and use them on a regular basis so I guess that speaks on their reliability. Your still going to have the issue with games but depending on what games you play they might run on it just fine. I would definitely say Mac has a bigger chance of becoming the next switch over Linux. So you if your one of those people wishing and hoping for that one day Linux gaming machine, it may make sense to switch to OSX and give that a try.

I looked at building one with my old PC's guts, but info on the web said my stuff wouldn't be compatible. C'est la vie. I had OSX running in a VM for a while, but it was more trouble than it was worth and pretty slow, so I trashed it.

As for Linux, no, that's not me. I'm a proponent of Linux in the data center, but I don't care about it on the desktop. I firmly believe it will never be a "real" desktop alternative for anyone except the uber-nerds who already love it. (Don't rage at me, uber-nerds...and please don't come at me with "It's definitely going to happen". I've been hearing about the inevitable takeover of Linux on the desktop for what, 10 years now? And its market share has not really increased by any significant measure.)
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So I read through most of the posts and just wanted to add that it is not you or I that actually matters and would actually impact Microsofts decision here. It is actually Corporate worlds that would have this impact.

QFT, exactly. One of my points.
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My four year old nephew learned how to use it after I showed it to him one time. He's always going into the store and downloading games which thankfully is safe for him to do since the store/metro is a controlled environment.

Snipped the rest of your post, but I think we agree.

For some reason, a whole boatload of 30-60 year olds either cannot, or for some reason refuse to, embrace and learn new interfaces. Any they outnumber the youngsters in the corporate world 10-to-1. Four year olds can pick up an iPad and figure it out too, but we actually had to have a fricking training class on how to use an iPad for our staff...can you believe that? But it's true, and we're NOT unique.

And training like that costs money, lots of it. Staff salary to conduct the training, staff salary of those in the training, and lost productivity while employees become familiar and productive with the new technology...and all of this cost does not benefit the company's bottom line in ANY WAY, it is a sunk cost solely for sake of changing from one tech to another. That is the definition of "bad business" and is one way to get a CIO fired!

Never underestimate the complete inability to learn new tech of Average Joe, seriously. Sometimes I think some OCNers really, really forget that.
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Yo this is xzibit, we hurd you use ms paint, so in Windows Blue we are pimping out your paint experience
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MY stepdaughter is 7. I put Windows 8 on the HTPC (which she uses mainly) for a few weeks. She hated it. I tried ton convince her otherwise (because the key was free) but in the end I had to buy a Windows 7 key and put it back on.

So, yeah, now I've put for a competing example, we're at a stalemate, right?


And please, no more of this "you guys are just unable to adapt" bullcrap. I am perfectly capable of adapting to a new interface - HERE'S THE KICKER: I don't want to... It may well be as simple as: I don't like the new interface. Wouldn't THAT be something, huh? thumb.gif
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LIKE ZOMG MY KID IS 3 AND HE LOVES WIN8.

4 and 7 y/o's are not buying or using Windows the way we use them. If MS wants to mold a generation by attracting toddlers - MS needs to rethink their strategy.
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MY stepdaughter is 7. I put Windows 8 on the HTPC (which she uses mainly) for a few weeks. She hated it. I tried ton convince her otherwise (because the key was free) but in the end I had to buy a Windows 7 key and put it back on.

So, yeah, now I've put for a competing example, we're at a stalemate, right?


And please, no more of this "you guys are just unable to adapt" bullcrap. I am perfectly capable of adapting to a new interface - HERE'S THE KICKER: I don't want to... It may well be as simple as: I don't like the new interface. Wouldn't THAT be something, huh? thumb.gif

This.
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4 and 7 y/o's are not buying or using Windows the way we use them.

I beg to disagree for some people, at least...But you also have to remember a younger child will be able to learn new stuff much easier than an adult, even stuff like new languages. (I remember more of the 2-3 years of learning Chinese I did when I was 5 than the 5-6 years of German I did when I was 15 for example, if you want actual proof go google it) I'd wager that you could teach a 4 year old Linux, including terminal stuff, pretty easily if you knew what you were doing with both Linux and the actual teaching aspect..Does that mean that the terminal aspect is easy tor anyone to pick up? No.
    
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You seem to be commenting on my argument more than you are actually rebutting it.

Neither I nor anyone else are obligated to rebutt unsound arguments, We can as I was be graceful enough to point them out in order to ward of darkness by furthering enlightenment.
Edited by Huzzbutt - 3/29/13 at 12:28pm
 
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