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What I’ve Learned from Dual-Booting "Blue" Commented on: 4 years ago (April 1, 2013)

I agree with you matthewp, this update is so thin we could see the light through it. I have the same feeling browsing these apps than when I was trying to get used to Linux, in the 2000's, and...

Windows 8/RT App Update: Mail Commented on: 4 years ago (March 25, 2013)

It sounds unreal... "rename folder", "select all", "drag and drop", we talk about these elementary features as if they were the highest challenge ever won. How many developpers are working on...

What the “Blue” Leak Tells Us About Microsoft’s Strategy Commented on: 4 years ago (March 25, 2013)

Unsinkable operating system.
I agree with you. Microsoft is just like NOVELL in the 90's: once a star, but no more leadership nor vision. They have decided THIS and THAT and they will do it...

(Virtual) Hands-On with Windows 8 “Blue” Build 9364 Commented on: 4 years ago (March 25, 2013)

Maybe what we see now in march is a code that have been made in october or november, when MS had not yet received the cold shower of the public reception.
In this case, if they have started...

Windows Blue Leaks! Commented on: 4 years ago (March 24, 2013)

Nothing new, I am afraid. They are doing some manucure on the Frankeinstein monster.

Microsoft Comes Out in Defense of Windows RT Commented on: 4 years ago (March 22, 2013)

The Naked King
Windows RT is really like this suit so thin and so transparent that the King appears naked in front of the crowd.
Like in the tale, we just have to wait for a kid to say...

Paying Developers to Support Windows 8 is a Slippery Slope Commented on: 4 years ago (March 22, 2013)

Windows = IBM OS/2
Your comment is very interesting, because it illustrates the way Microsoft slowly builds its strategy: by providing a lighter version of Windows for "office based"...

One Year Later, Kinect for Windows Remains a Non-Event Commented on: 4 years ago (March 19, 2013)

Why? Let's say there is an executive who would like to develop this activity and another executive who doesn't like the first one for some reason and do all the politics he can to slow down the...

Windows Phone Support Lifecycle is 18 Months Commented on: 4 years ago (March 19, 2013)

Microsoft gets what it deserves: having played with Windows Phone first adopters and dropped them 18 monthes after (the surprise switch from wp7 to wp8) it generated distrust.
No surprise if...

It’s Time to Bring Back NT Commented on: 4 years ago (March 11, 2013)

A fatal dead-end
Paul, we have to admit it (as we do it with some pain and regrets): Windows is stuck in a dead-end that can be fatal to it.
Today I went to the phone store to renew...

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