Whenever the discussion related to Windows 8 and its later version surfaces up, mostly it’s a talk about the drawbacks and failure of Microsoft in gratifying its users. Microsoft bears the distinction of providing the most successful operating system with highest number of users. However, somehow the release of its latest OS, Windows 8, failed to live up to the expectation of the users as evident from the numerous articles and blogs that read about the loopholes of the new OS. But this is just one side of the coin. Because the main success or failure of Windows 8 has to be measured in light of the very well known yet neglected fact that Microsoft released Windows 8 as a Windows tablet OS. Therefore, Windows 8 is basically designed and structured to be compatible with tablets. It’s a bare fact that Microsoft shouldn’t have neglected its desktop users straightaway. But as a rectification to that miss, it made no delay in re-launching the free update Windows 8.1.
Windows 8 Tablet Focused OS is the Need of the Hour
Not putting the complete blame of decreasing PC sales over Microsoft, let’s accept that for some or other reasons PC sales have considerably decreased in last two years. This has less to do with the usability of PCs or laptops but more to do with the high end features of small, more compact, portable yet high end computing devices like tablets and Smartphone. As a user, we all are looking forward to own an attractive, light-weight, long battery-life supported highly efficient tablet for our day-to-day on go computing and Internet usage.
Now our possession of a computer or laptop can’t justify why we shouldn’t have a tablet, because owning such a high-end portable computing device is the need of the hour. The bottom line is, a tablet focused Windows OS is the need of the hour. If Microsoft wouldn’t have released it, we the users might have desperately demanded for it.
But anyways, now we have a full-fledged tablet focused Windows…