Social Mention says positive Windows 8 tweets outweigh negatives by 6-to-1. The vowel-challenged — and antiquated — Twitrratr finds a 77-to-two ratio in favor of positive tweets. And the more up-to-date Sentiment140 is finding a something similar: 73 percent positive to 27 percent negative.
Others feel more like they’re playing a game, and not a good one:
Bill Mc7 is apparently a comedian:
And he’s not alone:
But others are firmly on board with where Microsoft is taking the world’s most popular operating system, such as Ankit Aggarwal: “I’ve been saying Win8 is awesome for months. People who can’t embrace change should not have a say in technology.”
The new user interface is not intuitive for everyone — Kye Russell, for example, is not impressed with how long it is taking him to get used to Microsoft’s new world:
To which others have replied with their newfound geek credentials:
And others have noted that the old standbye, Windows XP, turns 11 today — and that it really is time for a new operating system:
The question is: Have you upgraded?
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