"As a result, the PC industry is clamoring for something that will help reinvigorate it and drive new sales. In the past, a new Windows OS release was generally cause for celebration in the PC hardware and component business because it typically drove solid boosts in shipments—not always right away, but definitely within a year or so of it release.The Windows 10 Hardware Argument | Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis
This time around, however, things could be different. Microsoft has made it clear that Windows 10 will be completely free for one year after its release to anyone owning a PC running a legitimate copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8. Because of this, some industry watchers are presuming that instead of buying new PCs—as they’ve typically done with major OS transitions in the past—many people will simply upgrade their existing PCs."
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
The Windows 10 Hardware Argument | Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis
Check the full post for a list of reasons to consider a new PC with Windows 10; also see New Windows Upgrade Will Bring Scant Relief to Ailing PC Market (BloombergBusiness)