• Windows 8 tweet opinion infographic

    Mashwork has produced an infographic of tweets about Windows 8. Based on 65,968 tweets between June 15th and September 22nd they produced the following image which is quite interesting reading. Overall feedback seems good but its early days with the dev beta.
    Microsoft recently held their Build Windows conference in Anaheim, CA from September 13th to 16th. Here they gave an in-depth look at their much anticipated new operating system, Windows 8. We wanted to know what consumers are talking about in regards to Windows 8, particularly their overall impressions, how they feel the operating system will work on different hardware, how it stacks up against competitors, and what features they are most anticipating. We listened to 65,968 opinions to come to some interesting conclusions.



    Source: http://mashwork.com/blog/?p=1241
    Comments 4 Comments
    1. marsdenprimary's Avatar
      marsdenprimary -
      Hmmmm... an interesting poll. I long for the day where we have an operating system that evolves day by day, eventually growing into the next version.
    1. localzuk's Avatar
      localzuk -
      Quote Originally Posted by marsdenprimary View Post
      Hmmmm... an interesting poll. I long for the day where we have an operating system that evolves day by day, eventually growing into the next version.
      You mean Debian Testing?
    1. ZeroHour's Avatar
      ZeroHour -
      Quote Originally Posted by marsdenprimary View Post
      Hmmmm... an interesting poll. I long for the day where we have an operating system that evolves day by day, eventually growing into the next version.
      Thats Chrome OS, basically a secure boot browser....
    1. SYNACK's Avatar
      SYNACK -
      Quote Originally Posted by marsdenprimary View Post
      Hmmmm... an interesting poll. I long for the day where we have an operating system that evolves day by day, eventually growing into the next version.
      Also known as an impossible target to pin down with regards to security and training.