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Which explains the ARM-twisting with Surface | 211 comments | Create New Account
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Which explains the ARM-twisting with Surface
Authored by: SpaceLifeForm on Wednesday, July 18 2012 @ 10:10 PM EDT
Microsoft is trying to stay relevant.

They know their revenues are going to flatline soon,
so they have to muscle their way into the ARM market,
which is predominately phones and tablets.

And what are they trying to do there?

Phones - They are practically giving them away. They
probably could offer to give them away for free, but that
would make people even more suspicious.

Tablets - They want to lock you in to Windows8 and
lock you in to Internet Explorer.

Do you know of any businesses that have moved from XP
to Windows 7? Me neither.

Microsoft has 'FAIL' written all over it now.

It's just a matter of time with businesses and individuals
being smart buyers, and not buying the junk from Microsoft.


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You are being MICROattacked, from various angles, in a SOFT manner.

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