Originally Posted by rickss69
Meanwhile, while you are waiting for that one good answer more than half the people who try Win 8 will dislike it enough to remain with Win 7...simple as that. They are not likely to change their mind about it and the numbers prove that Microsoft really didnt do their homework or just don't care. Comparing the scenario to the introduction of Vista is not even close in my mind...I had no real issues with Vista to speak of.
I suppose half the people who try 8 are stubborn lol. Regardless time will change their mind. More laptops will come with 8 and by the time people realize how bad it isn't the price will have gone up and Microsoft will have profited. Plus newer generations will get used to all the 'Unintuitive" issues people claim to be having. Just like the people who grew up with the START button in the taskbar people will grow up with the Metro Start.