Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, address the company's annual shareholders meeting today and talked about the uptake of Windows 8. Citing the 40 million licenses already sold, he said "We know for sure that people get it, and like it." I count myself among those who don't like it.
Of course, shareholders were a bit more worried about Google and Apple than they were Windows 8. When questioned about whether or not the younger generation is Apple focused, he responded that "it's a tough competitive market out there, and we certainly think that with the products that we and our partners are delivering to market...we have an opportunity."
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