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How Microsoft Became Uncool And Lost Touch With Consumers

3 monthes ago   |   By Bruceb News

There was a time when Windows was cool. A long time ago, people lined up to get new versions of Windows when they went on sale. Maybe not quite the numbers of people outside of Apple stores at the height of iPhone madness, but still - Microsoft was pretty cool.
When the iPhone was released in 2007, Microsoft began its long decline with consumers. Today Microsoft is a modern-day IBM - important to enterprises but painfully unhip for consumers, shipping products that some of us need but few of us love.
It's a sad story of bad timing, self-inflicted wounds, poor products, technical and...
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