Majority believes Windows 8.1 update can revive Windows 8 sales: Poll results

Microsoft would also be hoping the update to Windows 8 brings joy to PC manufacturers as well as increase adoption of Windows.

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18 - Jun - 2013
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18 - Jun - 2013
 
Majority believes Windows 8.1 update can revive Windows 8 sales:...

Microsoft is betting big on Windows 8.1 after Windows 8 failed to boost revenues for the company. Windows 8.1 Blue is not only a major improvement for the current Windows 8 platform, but also Microsoft's  attempt to grab the leading spot in the OS market.

With PC sales plummeting worldwide, Microsoft would also be hoping the update to windows 8Where to buy 1721 2100 brings joy to PC manufacturers as well as increase adoption of world's top desktop operating system.

The windows 8Where to buy 1721 2100.1 update brings a range of new features, enhanced performance and most importantly restores the familiar Start button. It also includes Xbox Music, Reading lists, Bing Food & Drinks and Bing Health & Fitness and a few other apps. Read Microsoft details Windows 8.1 Blue update, from Start button to Alarm app

That being said, question still persists - will windows 8Where to buy 1721 2100.1 propel Windows 8 adoption? In our last week's poll question we asked your take on the same. We received a total of 866 votes, out of which majority 543 respondents (63 percent) expressed optimism on Windows 8.1 Blue reviving Windows 8 sales.

However, 37 percent of respondents, 323, said windows 8Where to buy 1721 2100.1 wouldn't be much of help for Windows 8. You can see a  graphical representation of the poll results below. Do also share your views on this week's poll, where we ask you: "Apple calls iOS 7 the most significant change to the operating system since the first iPhone. Do you agree?"

 

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