Re: So blameMicrsoft because it doesn't innovate...
@LDS "You're saying basically there should be no innovation because people should never change habits"
I'm saying: innovation != improvement and the public get to choose which innovations they want to use, not inventors.
Innovation is great but when it fails to deliver better or more desirable products you need to accept that and try something different, not endlessly bang on about everyone else being wrong. Windows is currently demonstrating how to innovate a product into a worse one, WP innovated itself into irrelevance right from the start.