Re: OT: Win 8.1 and 10?
Richard R. Pope
Raymond,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
When you have a mostly closed system it is easy to make pretty much
everything compatible. This also limits the appeal. Since the PC
hardware and to a lesser extent the OS is a open system there is a huge
market advantage in that, even with some of the hardware and software
issues. True, MS is not the most responsive company in the world but
when you consider the huge amount of hardware and software that will run
even going back to some of the early CPUs they have done a reasonable
job. This is my opinion.
On 2/8/2016 3:40 PM, @Raymond [TekScopes] wrote:
And this is why:"microsoft_vendors_join_in_perfect_harmony_to_praise_windows_10"