Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.I don't know. What do they say about sarcasm?Well, you know what they say about sarcasm...
Also, those sales figures don't take the last 2 quarters into account where, according to most of the info out there, there's been a huge jump in tablet sales, and and PC sales are stagnant at best.
Also, I never said users were the problem. I said if you don't want to use Windows 8 then don't use it. Use what you're happy with.
I also pointed out that the graph was but one of many showing the 'steady state' status of PCs. It has been at this steady state for many years. The PC market is pretty much saturated and there hasn't been much scope for growth for years. I made no statement about the sales of tablets.
Nor did I say that you said users were the problem, but you did say:
Most people who are critical of some aspects of Windows 8 do not find it confusing or unproductive, are afraid or unsettled by change, or are suffering. I'm not sure where you've gained this idea? However, that does seem to be the common view, amongst a few, whenever anyone raises any criticism of Windows 8.People lament about it being 'confusing' or 'unproductive'. People are often afraid or unsettled by change. If you don't like windows 8, then don't suffer needlessly.