Microsoft Window's 8 fails to attract holiday shoppers
It seems that despite a massive marketing push, sales of Microsoft's Windows 8 have fallen short of many expectations as mainstream consumers appear consumed with tablets and mobile devices rather than personal computers.
The latest edition of Microsoft's Windows 8 has struggled to attract holiday shoppers this season. Analysts are reporting that early sales of the product indicate that consumers appear unwilling to upgrade their current PC.
As the economy struggling to rebound, it appears consumers are looking for less expensive mobile devices and tablets. Despite hype and fanfare over the new Microsoft touch friendly Window's program, it's still struggling to compete with products from Apple and Amazon.