Roger waits for a couple more maintenance updates before he upgrades his operating system.
Roger isn’t stupid. He’s on the safe side.
I know his OS and applications are always up to date.
But Roger works with OS X and must cope with iOS.
No updates no dynamics1
From what we’ve learned from media reports: Windows users aren’t easily convinced to let go of their outdated operating system.
They lack the hands-on experience of day-by-day work with unprecedented elegant and efficient operations. Which Microsoft introduced with Windows 8.
Alas, it irritated them to no longer find their accustomed to start menu in the lower left corner of the screen.
Decaptivated Maslow’s hierarchy of needs..
Omitting updates? Here’s what happens in regards of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
Smooth, elegant, and effizient handling of modern operating systems. It’s best experienced during daily use in its actual work environment. It takes practice which in turn influences your self-actualisation your survival depends on. That sure sounds dramatic. Read on to learn how dramatic it really is. No personal growth and fulfilment is a result of omitting self-actualisation.
As a result, the majority of the working population does not qualify. You cannot test what these new technologies hold in store for our survival. Business deciders and politicians can’t get a feel for making the right decision. They are not experienced. They are blind. The knowledge transfer is broken.
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