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  1. Because MS has been oh-so-successful at predicting user needs with that damn paperclip.

    Comment by Thud — 11/07/2021 @ 04:43:04 AM

  2. Of course, it’s not like users have a choice — there’s no viable substitute for Office out there (sorry, OpenOffice/Google Docs etc.). In a real way, Microsoft determines usage patterns for the majority of the computing universe.

    Most will hang onto previous versions for as long as comfortable, then finally bite the bullet and grapple with the new interface.

    Comment by CT — 11/07/2021 @ 10:42:14 AM

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