A few years ago, I would have agreed.
But Microsoft has changed.
It's no longer a serious businesses company.
They are after personal data, celebrate Software-as-a-service and so on..
Ms nolonger pays respect to business users as they did before.
In fact, I have concerns if the leading people are legally competent at all.
Judging by their actions over the years, these people seems to have developed a Sugarberg, Steve Jobs or Trum× type of mentally.
They nolonger do something because of rational reasoning, but because of 'visions'.
Not that this a bad thing per se, but..
Just look at what they did to Win XP or 7, for example. The forced incompatibilities that were introduced are almost sabotage, rather than technical limitations.
Or look at the forced updates and lack of quality tests.
They don't care if a several dozen airport computers or doctor's PCs hang because of a buggy update. Or if matrix-printer support accidently vanshies over night. Or if internal floppy drives are nolonger detected.
They just don't care anymore.
They totally lost contact with reality and people's needs since Windows 8.
A few years ago, they would have been required to make an official press statement because of this.
Now they are sending out an "oopsie" on Facebook or Twitter, at best.
The saying "with great power comes great responsibilty" seems to be totally unknown to these leading people at the different positions inside the company.
"Time, it seems, doesn't flow. For some it's fast, for some it's slow.
In what to one race is no time at all, another race can rise and fall..." - The Minstrel
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