October 24th, 2012
Last week, I asked you handsome devils if you planned to buy Windows 8 at launch tomorrow. Your consensus answer: A definitive "no."
With nearly 600 precincts reporting (and by precincts I really mean number of respondents), 59% have already decided not to buy the mouse + touch operating system. Nearly a third are waiting to see what it can do when it's fully revealed tomorrow. And 12% plan to dish out two Andrew Jacksons immediately for the privilege of downloading.
As for me, I always take the wait and see approach with major software roll outs. First off all, I like to judge the entire release on its own merits, not on what the company is claiming the software can do. And secondly, I like to give developers a little "live" time to iron out any launch wrinkles.
What do you think of the poll results? Surprised? Agreed? Let's hear it, people.
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