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Microsoft continues to struggle with Windows 8

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Adoption rate slows further…

intarirea sanilor Windows 8 adoption figures from last month, compiled by Net Applications, don’t paint a pretty picture for Microsoft.

secretos para agrandar el pene In fact, adoption slowed again over February – Net Applications pegs Windows 8 as having a 2.67 per cent market share on desktop, up just 0.41 per cent from January.

tudo sobre aumento peniano But the continued slowdown is hardly surprising given that the offer on Windows 8 upgrades has now expired. Instead of a couple of tenners, you now have to put down £100 for a Windows 8 upgrade, and £190 for Windows 8 Pro.

hoe krijg je snel een stijve If you weren’t sure about the new “Metro” tiled interface, and dual touch-style and traditional desktop environments before, then you’re unlikely to be swayed at any point in the future looking at those prices.

As we’ve mentioned before, Windows 8 is actually slower than Vista was in terms of growth, and indeed looks to be the “new Vista” many have been calling it.

Indeed, Mac OS X Mountain Lion has managed to carve out as much market share as Windows 8 to date (yes, it’s been on sale a few months longer – but still). Windows 7 still holds the majority 45 per cent share of the desktop market, with Windows XP on 39 per cent.

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