Windows 8 will suffer from bugs at launch, according to Intel
Bloomberg says the CEO of Intel, Paul Otellini, told a group of employees in Taiwan that Microsoft will launch windows 8 before it is completely finished, so it will come with problems. According to the executive, it is still necessary to arrange the software, which will begin appearing on tablets and PCs with touch screens in the coming months.
Apparently, Microsoft would be eager to leave as soon as possible with the operating system to compete with Apple’s iPad in the holiday season. Otellini would have ensured that the move by the Redmond company is successful, and that arrangements can be made after the release.
Otellini indications resemble criticism by some analysts to suggest that Windows 8 has a lot of bugs, has a low amount of robust applications so far, and warn drivers of possible problems that may arise given the short time that manufacturers have had to adjust.
Link: Windows 8 bugs hurt Microsoft, Intel CEO said to staff (Bloomberg)Tags: intel, platform, Rumor, software, windows, Windows 8