Some day there will be a market for a car with no on board computer or electronics. The intro to the first Fallout game features a television commercial for a car called the Corvega, with no electronics and no computer for only $199,999.99. In a world on the verge of nuclear war, or one on the verge of computer security catastrophe, sounds like a steal.
If they fix the UI, then they fix 90% of the problems they had selling Windows 8. I don't know what IT departments opinions are of the spyware features in the OS. I'm sure they can find a way to configure it to their liking. Does a uniform UI across all devices translate into sales of tablets and mobile devices however? I am skeptical. The iOS and Android trains left the station a long time ago.
puddingebola writes: Chris Beard at Mozilla has sent an open letter to Satya Nadella complaining about the default settings in Windows 10. Users who upgrade to 10 will have their default browser automatically changed to the new Edge browser. From the article, "The upgrade process, as he explained it, "appears to be purposely designed to throw away the choices its customers have made about the Internet experience they want, and replace it with the Internet experience Microsoft wants them to have." " Link to Original Source