Many of you have probably already heard of Windows Mojave experiment, but for you guys who have not here is some info to catch you up.
What is Windows Mojave
“For those new to the Mojave Experiment, it’s a focus group effort we initiated a few weeks ago. We interviewed and polled 120 participants in San Francisco, in hopes of better understanding everyday users’ perceptions of Windows Vista and seeing whether there really is a gap between perception and reality. We wanted to see how people reacted to Windows Vista when they were not aware they were seeing Windows Vista. We recorded our discussions, and today you can see them for yourself.”
The experiment though seems to be a quick way to grab the public’s attention. They could of not picked a better group of people to interview for Windows Mojave. I do not know if you actually looked at any of the people they interviewed, but to me none of them looked like they new a single thing about computer. You could of handed them a shiny toy that said Mojave on it and that lady in the commercial would of wrote a 10 on the paper.
The fact is the experiment was a 10 minute demo on Microsoft’s computer’s, not their own personal computer’s. The demo had a sales rep right next to them showing them all the flashy apps and the new looking theme. They did not run any real tests to see how Mojave works with their daily lives. They did not take Mojave home and actually try and install it on their old computers. Better yet Microsoft hand picked the 120 people for the survey. Now if you do not believe what i am saying go ahead and look at Vista’s Blog itself and read the comments.