Is a team in place developing on a new OS for the Desktop?
Another month has passed and I thought I would look at what the installed OSs on desktops for June looked like. You can check it out at this link, http://marketshare.hitslink.com/operating-system-market-share.aspx?qprid=10&qpcustomd=0&qptimeframe=M
I'm not by any means someone who knows how the market trends work or someone with lots of IT background. I would of thought that by now Windows 8 would be showing a higher market share. I don't remember the release date but will all of the reviews and betas that folks had a chance to look at it must be coming up on two years.
I've not intalled, used or looked at it other then what has shown up here in the forums.
I'm not looking for the pros or cons of Win 8, rather your thoughts on why the consumers who use desktops appeared to have not generally accepted it.
I would also point out that I didn't look at what the numbers were based upon, whether new computer buys or upgrades to systems, etc.