If you're interested in the performance numbers, the poster session wasn't all that exciting. Microsoft's annual conference was relatively tiny, and as Head of the Office Team, Gates kept a watchful eye on what Tim Bradshaw wrote in his excellent Microsoft PowerPoint 2016: A Stitch in Time . Gates didn't necessarily celebrate along with Bradshaw but he did applaud his piece, retweeting an image Bradshaw posted to Twitter.
Cooper took a swipe at the so-called updates, calling them a makeover. "There are some changes, and for some people they're a little dramatic," Cooper said. "But we're making a new look … We want to make it a little more modern, and I think it's going to take time to change habits."
For Spolsky, the process was a lot more painful. He was a year and a half into his open-source posting, and he knew what he wanted in the software. But a far-out attempt to do it with a bit more romance didn't sit well with Microsoft. "Obviously, the responses you get [from Microsoft] change," Spolsky says.
Now you turn an eye at the lock screen. It's a simple thing. You don't have to guess what's there, or search through menus to find a process. Microsoft did it with a lock screen that's akin to the lock screen on your Android phone. It's a simple, elegant thing. Apple does it in a single tap versus the two-to-three taps you'd have to do.
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