this is an Anti-Microsoft forum.
I do agree with your comment Matthew, but as a moderator for the site check the comment section for any story that you have posted that is related to Microsoft. You may have one positive comment compared to 15 negative comment. I say this as an objective visitor that enjoys all tech companies. I actually started paying attention after the ridiculous criticism Windows 8 CP received and it was not even a finished product. I am sorry that you do not agree with my assessment, but I ask you when you have a few minutes to go through some of the Microsoft related stories that you have posted and review the comment threads. Sorry, but I speak the truth. I will create an account as well so that you do not have to debate a guest Please do not take my criticism personally, this site does excellent reporting and I have really enjoyed many of your reports.
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That was great from both Guest and SNGX125. I do feel for you SNGX, because as a Mac user, you guys are at the top right now and a lot of people do want to see Apple fall so that they can laugh. I would think that there are a lot of Windows users here, but it seems that some only want to accept Microsoft in the desktop computing arena and nothng else. I find that some of the areas that they have penetrated have been extremely innovative, but they do not get a lot of credit for it. For example, look at what they did for gaming with XBOX, before we had great games with our playstation, but nothing after that. Look at your Bank of America and JP Morgan ATM machines that now allow you to do every transaction without having to see a teller thanks to Windows XP. Ford Sync, no one was thinking of adding these types of controls to your car before Microsoft. Finally, Windows 8. The first mainstream operating system that will ultimately bring us touch screen notebooks and desktops almost removing the need to have a mouse and keyboard. Pretty impressive if you ask me. Now, this is not to say that they have not delivered some garbage in the past, but to be honest, what company hasn't?
Nobody reads the TOSI'll add a point to what Matt and SNGX said: I'm possibly one of the (relatively) few users who have read the Terms of Service, and here's a something for the "Guests" who haven't:
I don't see why anyone should be debating TechSpot's bias. Please correct me if I'm wrong.