"It does make sense, though. Windows 8/8.1 was never able to gain market traction and the majority of Microsoft's audience for Windows 10 is those Windows 7 holdouts. Several in the industry, writers and vendors alike, blamed Windows 8 for a failing PC market. So, obviously, the new OS has to bridge the gap for those with upgrade plans and those who gave Windows 8 such poor scores. But this is the bridge that should've been built long ago and should've been labeled Windows 7.5. There's no question that Windows 10 is a compromise between Windows 7 and Windows 8, but it's extra heavy on the Windows 7 sauce.Windows 10 is Turning Me Back into a Windows 7 User
Windows 10 is turning me back into a Windows 7 user, whether I like it or not."
Friday, August 14, 2015
Windows 10 is Turning Me Back into a Windows 7 User (SuperSite for Windows)
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