It is no secret that Microsoft introduced the entire world to Windows 8 last year and it has been marketed well since then.
I have only had the privilege of using Windows 8 via smartphone (And I have a feeling that it is not as half as remarkable as its PC version).
Where the PC is concerned, I still use Microsoft’s older operating systems — Windows 7 and Vista. I don’t think that I should spend extra cash on Windows 8 (For the record, I am not displeased with Windows 8. It’s just that Windows 7 and Vista work fine for me and I wouldn’t be surprised if there are people around the world who are still using Windows XP or one of Microsoft’s older operating systems.
Commonsense would dictate that a person doesn’t have to upgrade their operating system, because of the fact that there is a newer version on the market.
In my opinion, a person can upgrade their operating system if they want to. But the question is: Do they really need to?