Microsoft Is Disappointed About Windows 8 Sales, But OEMs Say Not To Blame Them
Windows 8 was released last month and around 40 million licenses were sold. However there is a report that the results have been below what the company was projecting. This was covered by saying that Windows 8 upgrades are outpacing Windows 7.
Microsoft is supposedly blaming manufacturers for poor adoption of Windows 8 and their “inability to deliver.”
Toshiba VP head of America Jeff Barney said “To be frank, the OEM community will bring better form factors to market. This first generation is a rush to get there in the beginning. They are not as commercially viable as they are media viable. Over time you will see a lot more commercially viable products that take advantage of Windows 8.”
[TNW]This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at +AmitChowdhry