Now that Windows 10 has proven a failure, do you think we'll begin to see significant migration to GNU/Linucks?
This is the direct result of absence of direction on Microsoft's part.
>wanted to cash in on the tablet gimmick
>marketed and rolled out Win8 w/o any incentive for Win7 users to upgrade, just the opposite
>way too late figured out they want in on the data mining/NSA bux
>introduce Win10, again with not zero, but negative incentive for Win7/Win8 users to upgrade
mode now as proven by dropping next-gen CPU support from non-Win10 OSs.
pretty disturbing to see the high amount ofpcs running windows
I had more problems with installing linux last week (gnome shell randomly crashing, programs freezing up for no reason, kernel panic) than I had with windows 10 in over 4 months of usage now.