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 Jun 04, 2013 - 07:40 AM - by Michael
* Really fixing Windows 8?

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Microsoft - perhaps happy with the status-quo that left open source groups or software like Start8 filling the void - have let slip that Windows 8.1, aka "blue", doesn't fix the glaring flaws in Windows 8.

But no reason to worry: Infoworld has their back with an ambitious proposal that every Microsoft designer and executive ought to be forced to read.

Lots of reading to do there, but it's well worth it.
 

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