Windows has taken personal form and figure and handled an open letter to the CEO of Microsoft, seeking many requests and some wishes. The first on the wish list is to ‘fix the branding’. The map of Microsoft’s branding is scattered very terribly for a long time. It’s time for some changes. Simplification of the versions of Office 365 and other complicated products have been requested for. Windows 8 is too very complex and needs to be simplified. The user interface (Office) too had problems, but all kept mum. Now it’s high time that changes are being made.
The decision to bid adieu to XP has been devastating. Old is gold and legends are legends. Windows XP has been on a roll for a decade till Vista peeped in. There are some half-made, developed and baked apps that need to be sorted out. Till Microsoft reads the wish list (there are 12 items), it must begin making changes.