No, fuckstick, the reason there has been so much complaining about and disapprobation of Windows 8 is because you wanted hundreds of millions of desktop users who need to get real work done to use a fucking phone interface on their work machines.
Also don’t believe this for a moment – it’s a lie due to the way Microsoft counts licensing.
So let’s pause for a moment and consider the center. In the center, selling 100 million copies of a product is a good thing.
For instance, we use Windows 7 at work and only Windows 7. Yet all of our Windows installs count as Windows 8 sales. Why? Because when a new OS is released, you can only buy a Windows 8 license and then have “downgrade rights” to Windows 7.
Microsoft would’ve recorded 100 million sales if they had released any OS at all, even if said OS were just a single line of code that said, “Print ‘Windows 8 is the shit!’”
And the same is true of OEMs – Dell, HP, etc.
Those 100 million sales of Windows 8 are probably less than a quarter of that actually used in the real world, and maybe far less than that.
Pretty sad when you have to lie about sales numbers.