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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Intel Not Overly Optimistic About Windows 10

Windows_10While Windows 7 was very well-received by users around the world, Windows 8 was not so much. It had to do with the brand new user interface introduced by Microsoft that threw many off their game, which is why many are looking forward to Windows 10 which will not only offer up new features but hopefully addresses the problems people had with Windows 8.
Unfortunately it seems that not everyone is too thrilled about the upcoming operating system. Intel is one of them. Speaking at the company’s annual shareholder meeting, Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich expressed his doubts about Microsoft’s upcoming operating system, claiming that in the long-run, he doubts that Windows 10 will have a positive impact on the industry.
Krzanich was quoted as saying, “As we entered this year, we are going through another transition, Windows 10 upgrades. And we are seeing some quarter-to-quarter pushing, but we continue to take a view of our long-term forecast. A long-term forecast is the PC market should be flat to slightly down mid-single digits over the long-term.”
Of course these are merely predictions of Intel’s CEO and might not necessarily be an indication of how Windows 10 will turn out and how it will impact the industry. So far initial reviews of the technical preview of the platform appear to be pretty positive and with the operating system pegged for a late July launch, we guess we won’t have to wait too long to see if Krzanich’s predictions come true.

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