My office mostly still uses XP, though Windows 7 is coming in on new machines. The software my office makes does not and wont be supporting Windows 8 in the near future.
I think where Microsoft went wrong is that they needed versions depending on where they are used. We all got use to home, professional, ultimate etc. But that doesnt work with an OS that is clearly made for touchscreens. MS would have been better to have Windows 8 Desktop Touch, Desktop, Tablet and Phone. Make the desktop version user friendly for mouse users and non-touchscreen systems. I dont know anyone with a touchscreen pc. They are still cost prohibitive to most people.
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