80% of OS sales are OEM, so with the fragmentation of the OS market in 2012 (tablet and smartphone web browsing were not present when Vista was launched), it' not really a surprise that Windows 8 uptake is slower than Vista. Even Apple desktop sales are declining, as are Windows deskstop sales.
Mobile devices now account for 12% of internet browsing, a trend, not a blip. That's the future, and where MS is with Windows 8. The real failure is a software company not having any presence in the mobile space, which is where MS was with Windows 7.
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