Although I'm solidly a Windows user, the quickest way to send me toward Linux is to tell me I can use only programs from the Store. That I won't tolerate.
As he says,
There is no way a regular user would have the knowledge to turn the blamed thing off; therefore, he/she would be a prisoner of his/her own computer.Android have the ability to install apps from anywhere , and I want windows to be like it (locked to the store by default but you can disable that from the settings if you're a power user or an enterprise )
the fact that windows is locked to the store (and the fact that the store include win32 apps (full desktop apps) ) mean that windows can be as secure and stable as an ipad.
so this will benefits more than a billion windows normal users , and the advanced users if they didn't find an app at the store they can just go to the settings and enable installing apps from anywhere (just like Mac OS and Android) )
While the Technical Preview/Beta of Office for Android (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) was going on, a large number hacked their 'droids to install KitKat, since Office for Android wouldn't install on JellyBean.
I'll hazard a guess that O for A will be in the Store when its finished and out of beta.
it's 2 choices :-
1-having an OS where the normal user need to know too much to be able to protect his PC and maintain it (and being ideal for advanced uses)
2-having an OS where advanced users need to toggle something in the setting and get all they want (and being safe for normal users)
what is the more logical choice ?