Microsoft Preps for Windows 8 Re-Launch

Due to the amount of criticism Windows 8 has received from some its consumer community, Microsoft has been forced into reevaluating their flagship OS. The consensus is that Microsoft has simply changed too much, too quickly with the main focal point of the complaints being focused around the removal of the long standing ‘Start’ button. Many consumer could not grasp the huge list of new features including the totally completely overhauled layout. So, Microsoft now plans to re-launch Windows 8 with a slightly rolled-back look and feel. Read the full story here.



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