Oh, if only it was this much fun. Which – if you’re the poor sod who’s ever spent hours having to wrestle with antivirus software such as McAfee that’s proved to be completely useless in removing any number of infections from Microsoft’s godforsaken products – it’s really not.
Enough with the cutesy ads ASUS, do the right thing by your customers, and give us some laptops with Ubuntu preinstalled with first-class support, please.
(By the way, ASUS products from a hardware standpoint are generally incredibly well designed.)
Microsoft spent four years hyping Vista, and it was a colossal, costly failure when it was eventually released. They then hyped Windows 8 as some sort of unified miracle OS for desktop and mobile devices – and it turned out to be a two-headed abomination that had seasoned professionals tearing their hair out. And now, Windows 10 – which Microsoft’s marketing geniuses think they can smooth over Windows 8 bad customer experiences with by skipping a major version number.
How many more expensive, time-wasting chances are folks going to give before realising Microsoft just cannot get it right?