LAWL with apple your paying a extra $300-500 up front when you buy their hardware. It's all just factored in. It's kind of like buying a $7 drink at the movies that has tax, and employee wages. It's just factored in, at least Microsoft is up front at what your paying and what you are getting.No I am not going to "rent" my OS. I would pay $1 per month max if they went that route otherwise I would start purchasing an apple (yeah I know I said it)
That's not true at all touch is great for sex games and love machines! BAZINGA!!!!!!Wait I am still on 7 and only now barely thinking of 8 as I build another new system. Now 9 is around the corner? Damn - too bad since I would love a new install of 7 over 8. FU Microsoft - I am really starting to hate you guys (and touch sucks for us gamers and our machines).
I'd rather have Debian variant myself #! CrunchBang #!I can say that Gabe Newell is really a visionary man. Steam that support linux, SteamOS to host all of your Steam games, completed with the news of subscription based Windows. Perfect! Hello you beautiful Ubuntu which I'll dual boot with SteamOS in the coming years.
Not true, you can log in and get free apps with no personal details required, the only personal details are when you store credit card details for paid apps. But, seeing as I bought my last version of Windows 8 with a credit card anyway, I think they already know who I am. Plus, where is your moral outrage for tracking private individuals when Android broadcasts your location, or the Street View cars slurp your wifi and email, or Gmail scans all your communications to target you with adverts? Perspective, please.Requiring logging in to the Windows Store to activate means the activation process won't be anonymous anymore. Each Windows 9 machine will have personal information tied to tracked by MS.