Change, change and more change
Ok, I'm well over 30 and admit that I do not embrace radical and fundamental changes to the way I work as easily as I once did. My business supports a variety of small businesses and home users using various versions of Windows. Underlying it all we know how it's supposed to work, what we can and cannot do. Now some really bright sparks at Microsoft have had the the wizard wheeze "Let's make Windows look like an iPhone!" What a waste of time. Talk about 'cutting off your nose to spite your face'. At least it will provide us with lots of oppotunities for promoting training programmes on Win 8. Though I for one will cheer loudly if Microsoft sees sense and does a U turn.
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