After Selling Over 100 Million Copies, Microsoft Admits Windows 8 Failures

Posted on May 7 2013 - 11:32pm by Ric Savage


Earlier today news spread that a total of over 100 million Windows 8 copies being sold out, confirmed by Microsoft’s CMO and CFO of Windows Tami Reller on over conversation with The Next Web. Surely, the number seems extra high although the company not ever tried to share these huge numbers in its recent quarter results reporting.

Just now only after few hours of first news, another report, and this time from the Financial Times suggested that the company now admits the failure of its Windows 8 operating system and is working towards bringing some real key changes in it this year. Isn’t interesting that in a single day the company on one way share the long-awaited numbers and just now it putting up glimpse saying that it’s recent (last year) announced operating system not able to make huge in market.

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