Windows 10: Windows 9 Might Arrive a Little Bit Too Late, Analyst Explains

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       04 Feb 2014 #1

    Windows 9 is expected to be the next full version of Windows that could see daylight in early 2015, so everybody expects quite a lot of improvements supposed to address many of the complaints made by disappointed Windows 8 users.

    But as far as analysts are concerned, Windows 9 might arrive a little bit too late, as Microsoft needs to urgently tackle all these issues. Analyst firm Canalys explained that Redmond could lose the race with other platforms in case the company doesn’t act as quickly as possible.
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  2.    05 Feb 2014 #2

    Hehe... love the comments, especially the pic...
    https://i.imgur.com/OuAWUPL.jpg
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  3.    05 Feb 2014 #3

    vista and 7 look outdated by now and this concept just doubles down on all that glass and transparency/aero look. you expect people who can't deal with bright colors and blocks which clearly separate information to suddenly be fine with information presented on transparent glass, on-top of pictures or other information?
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  4.    05 Feb 2014 #4

    Rickkins, post: 13866, member: 239 said:
    Hehe... love the comments, especially the pic...
    https://i.imgur.com/OuAWUPL.jpg
    Love that picture of XP as being a brick house! Solid and dependable...
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  5.    07 Feb 2014 #5

    Rickkins, post: 13866, member: 239 said:
    ... especially the pic...
    https://i.imgur.com/OuAWUPL.jpg
    +1000
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  6.    07 Feb 2014 #6

    ksdixon, post: 13872, member: 181 said:
    vista and 7 look outdated by now and this co......
    No,No, I'm using "IownAmoneyPit's" redux of the 2000 theme "Maple" because that's what I like!

    LittleJay, post: 13894, member: 114 said:
    Love that picture of XP as being a brick house! Solid and dependable...
    2000 Pro should have got a bigger house, made for real work, I never had a BSOD with it.
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  7.    10 Feb 2014 #7

    Windows 2000 Work Station was my all time favorite until Windows 7 was released. Rock solid and most of my old games worked on it.
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  8.    11 Feb 2014 #8

    labeeman, post: 13844, member: 194 said:
    No big deal. . .
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       11 Feb 2014 #9

    ksdixon, post: 13872, member: 181 said:
    vista and 7 look outdated by now and this concept just doubles down on all that glass and transparency/aero look. you expect people who can't deal with bright colors and blocks which clearly separate information to suddenly be fine with information presented on transparent glass, on-top of pictures or other information?
    Windows 8 just looks drab to me. If a machine and OS is Glass capable, if the user doesn't like it, he can disable it. But if the machine and OS are not Glass capable, the user who likes Glass is out of luck. Might as well check out some Window Managers for Linux if I want flat and drab... only for free.
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  10.    11 Feb 2014 #10

    MilesAhead, post: 14851, member: 195 said:
    Windows 8 just looks drab to me. If a machine and OS is Glass capable, if the user doesn't like it, he can disable it. But if the machine and OS are not Glass capable, the user who likes Glass is out of luck. Might as well check out some Window Managers for Linux if I want flat and drab... only for free.
    I like you still like the glass look, and I also know that a good deal of people who go in for the glass style hate to use third party programs to get that look, albeit it doesn't really matter to me, so I have found several free themes out in the wild that allow me to change the look and feel of the GUI for free. then of course there is WindowBlinds for $10.00 if you can't find what your looking for as far as free ware
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