Is Microsoft's "business approach" working-out well for Mobile?

petvas72

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There isn't a lot we can say about this topic. There are so many threads out there and they all end the same way. Bottom line is, that if you feel that Windows Mobile covers your needs and you want to use it, then go for it.If you on the other hand feel that the platform is not as good as iOS and Android, then move on. It is as simple as that.
 

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There isn't a lot we can say about this topic. There are so many threads out there and they all end the same way. Bottom line is, that if you feel that Windows Mobile covers your needs and you want to use it, then go for it.If you on the other hand feel that the platform is not as good as iOS and Android, then move on. It is as simple as that.

Well yes, I agree but, I wouldn't say windows 10 Mobile doesn't cover my needs, but it could have been much better. At the same time, I don't really get along so well with android and iOS devices are so expensive I couldn't buy them either.
 

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There isn't a lot we can say about this topic. There are so many threads out there and they all end the same way. Bottom line is, that if you feel that Windows Mobile covers your needs and you want to use it, then go for it.If you on the other hand feel that the platform is not as good as iOS and Android, then move on. It is as simple as that.

It really is that simple. We can complain all we want but it won't help anything.
Like I always tell people at work, instead of complaining about a problem be part of the solution. I feel Windows fits my needs best. It's not perfect, but being an insider gives me an opportunity to make suggestions that may eventually make their way to reality. I like this approach.

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