I never was into NT or 2K, but was struggling to make 32 bit software under Win9x. A really heavy load was liftet off my shoulders when XP arrived. Besides, it was magnitudes more stable.
The problem with Vista is that XP was too good. There was little reason to throw it out.
The problem with Win8 is that Win7 is too good. There is no reason to throw it out.
For the desktop computer, a whole new world of possibilities opened up when going from 9x to XP. A number of real needs could be covered. It took a number of years to identify almost all remaining desktop needs, enough to justify a final "tying up all the loose ends in the needs field" with Win7. On the desktop, no real, easily identifiable needs are remaining, that everyone knows about. To the phone market, Win8 was like XP: It finally made Windows a real alternative. Another major round, similar to Win7, will be needed in a couple of years. But then the work will be done, and Windows must move to new arenas if it is to expand further.
please dont mind the graphic quality. Every thing is developed in house. We are a small team of 3 developing Apps for Microsoft.
NumHunter did not get through, and got dropped at round 2 unfortunately. We wanted to continue with the idea and see how it would come up. Our core interest & expertise is not on games but something else. Just completed this one to finish. But changed the UI concepts to a significant extent - this is what we could afford to do now.
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