re: Windows Blue Confirmed But Microsoft Mum On Details
I am just another I.T. professional and home user. I have been in I.T. 25+ years, and tired of the same old Microsoft. Another Microsoft Band-Aid to an OS DisasterG«™.Windows Blue.
Microsoft needs to learn not to shove new technology down the throats of consumers who just want a solid performing operating system, with a small efficient kernel that rocks with speed and performance. We want an O.S. that does not keep slowing down with each update. We as technicians are sick and tired of programming sloppiness. It seems to be a race with Microsoft to generate revenue, instead of real quality.
We are sick of Registry messes that cause a multitude of problems. The contestant barrage of updates that are not necessarily compatible with software that worked fine before the update.
It is High time for another company to step up to the plate give Microsoft a real head ache and be a vicious competitor. Linux comes to mind, but is still a baby getting ready to grow up soon. Give the Business world an interface that makes sense, not a default screen on a desktop, that is made for a tablet.....come on, these geniuses are out of touch with reality. The reality is that business relies on a productive interface, and having to click and clack around to get something that looks familiar back on the desktop is just a huge annoyance. Performance and boot time are important. Having to cut power because you never reach the login screen is unacceptableG«™.sloppy! Then having to chkdsk so it does not run like a tired dog is againG«™sloppy. What else can I say? I bet other technicians can add on to this as well.