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    OMG Rui, an actual article that's not about doom and gloom and how poorly the entire PC market is doing, entirely due to Win 8.

    [Rant]Of course we all know the downturn has nothing to do with the various world economies and the fact that people have greater priorities than upgrading their PCs, like rent and food. Believe me if I could afford to upgrade to a newer PC, I would like one of the new touch enabled PCs, but that's just not in the cards right now. This is why PC sales are down. People just cannot afford them and have to make their present PCs last a little longer.

    Come on folks, do not blame the downturn of PC sales on Win 8. These sales were down long before Win 8 was released. Perhaps, instead of blaming Win 8 on the difficulties of the world economies, instead you can look at the numbers of Upgrades sold for owners that can't quite afford a new PC.[/Rant]

    Rui, very nice article. It is good to see these positive comments.
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    Amazing, Ted, isn't it?

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