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How Much Can Microsoft Afford to Change Windows?

Pondering the next Windows 10

Photo by Clint Patterson on Unsplash

Windows isn’t software. It’s an iconic entity that’s allergic to change. Think of it as a cherished work of art that needs regular upkeep: Everyone is happy with the brighter colors and fresh shine, but no one is pleased with the redrawn contours, painted over a blemish, or poorly recreated visage.

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Lance Ulanoff

Lance Ulanoff

Tech expert, journalist, social media commentator, amateur cartoonist and robotics fan.

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