They have?! ARC1020 just posted the below here: Windows Blue hides 4K display support, tons of new featureComputers have stopped evolving as fast.
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Absolutely amazing technology!
If you mean desktop PCs how about HDDs? Why is Intel and other CPU manufactures always working on the next one? Just to name a few.
Sooner or later you will.....My desktop machine upstairs is still extremely fast and able to run anything I throw at it although it is over 3 years old (a record for me!). Sure, I bumped it up to 16 GB of ram but it has the same hard drives and video card that I put on it 3 years ago when I built it. I imagine my laptop with also last for my needs for quite a few years as well but it did start out as a beefy machine too (i7,two hard drives and 16 GB of ram). My work machine will also last me years before I would ever get the OK to upgrade it (i7,20 GB ram...)
Funny on the wife thing, but how can it be better? It's basically the same example as mine.My phone would be more like your example. I'm on my third upgrade in 15 months and was thinking about the new Galaxy S4 but I think my wife will have a phone intervention for me before I can do that!
Sorry to read you have an "issue" with 8. I'm beginning to see that you like to twist words around. ["defend it the strongest"]? Excuse me, but I don't need to defend anything that I don't create. Products speak for themselves. I just so happen to like 8 and enjoy using it along with a lot of other members here. Where did I ever compare it or call it a "phone OS"? If anything, it's the ones that dislike it call it that or at least compare it to one.It also points out a glaring issue that I have with Windows 8. People who defend it the strongest compare it to more of a phone than a laptop/desktop OS. It's not.
Is it you think IT Pros, Geeks, Techies, and the like are the only ones in the world that use computers? We are but just a minority. How about the "general population" that uses them? I think it to be too bad you dislike the idea of familiarity across devices at least for them. I find it rather ingenious concept and will find it useful myself. One better over what MS competition is doing. Once this concept is understood by everyone, it's going to be very successful. Mark my words.And Microsoft has mixed up the two far too much. Does windows 2012 server really need the Modern UI just like a phone or an XBOX? Does my desktop really need an airplane mode? When you make a one size fits all OS, you end up alienate everyone and making a product that doesn't fit well in anything.
I suggest not to twist words for the means of your own ends and I suggest not to tell people what to do. It's not becoming of anyone.Stop using iPhone/iPad examples.