"He was a very alienating character. He alienated partners, he alienated ISVs, he alienated other people at Microsoft, and left a trail of disenfranchised people,"
I guess helping to make Windows 8 a reality wasn't enough to keep this guy around.
Without prompting, Larson-Green also did mention that the new OS had attracted some "controversy," likely a reference to some people being turned off by the new interface and the removal of the Start button in favor of Start screen.
Just one day before Windows 8 comes out in stores, Microsoft has corralled journalists, analysts, and its partners to officially kick off the new operating system.
Microsoft today kicked off the launch of its Windows 8 Consumer Preview with a media event in a swanky Barcelona hotel.
Windows head Steven Sinofsky kicked off the event by describing the vast amount of devices and users the company …