Re: Slow, carefully planned suicide?
Really, he wasn't singling them out? This paragraph comes across as crass, then:
Seeing that Win 10 seems to screw up everything it comes into contact with, and that every "Windows" release (update) from now on will be essentially a beta at best - faults to be identified first by users?
Seems to be the case with Linux, OSX, Android and iOS as well. If this is standard industry practice, why point at Microsoft?
FWIW, I didn't have problems with upgrading to 10. Not on my phone, not on my wife's archaic netbook, not on my desktop, and not on the corporate laptop. I can understand user frustration, but other than some specialized corner cases, most of them should have no problems with Windows 10. And overblowing specialized uses to cover the entire market is silly.