Yes, but not yet! they should release a metro version and give Windows 8 and RT a year to get a more solid foot hold in the market then release it.
Discussing How Microsoft Can Fix MicrosoftCommented on: 4 years ago
(May 21, 2011)
Four things: 1. Integrate existing services and platforms better 2. Embrace other platforms. 3. Focus on core strengths, Sofware, and quit trying to out Apple,Apple or out Google, Google...
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