It's No Magic Touch: VARs Say Training Requirements Are Killing Windows 8 Sales

edited April 2013 in CRN Community

imageIt's No Magic Touch: VARs Say Training Requirements Are Killing Windows 8 Sales

Customers aren't buying Microsoft Windows 8, which is optimized for touch screens, due to end-user training requirements, solution providers say.

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  • That's too funny.

    An article about how nobody wants to buy or use Windows 8 can't be read without using Windows 8 or a competitors product.

    That doesn't make me want to buy either product, it just makes me want to stop reading CRN articles.
  • Would you prefer an Android app instead of an iOS/Windows 8 app?
  • Why won't you let me read the rest of this article on my Windows 2008R2 terminal server desktop, which is where I receive my business (UBM) emails?
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