Microsoft is losing out in the Windows RT launch, as consumers flocked to the Windows 10 version instead of buying a Surface.
The Windows 10 release came as a surprise to many, and it’s likely to hurt the company’s ability to keep the PC industry humming, as it’s the only major Windows competitor still operating in the desktop business.
But there are still plenty of customers that bought Windows RT tablets or laptops before Windows 10 was released.
The problem with Windows 10, which launched last week, is that its Windows Store is designed for PCs, not tablets.
It’s also designed to be a platform for businesses and organizations, not a niche.
So many businesses are migrating to Windows 10 because it has the best Windows experience, not because it’s better for them.
Microsoft was not the only one to fall short in Windows 10’s launch.
Microsoft had its own Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 launch problems, and that was partly to blame for the Windows 7 and Windows Vista market share struggles that followed.
But Microsoft’s biggest win in the Surface launch was its Surface Book.
The new Surface Book is a tablet-first, laptop-first device that’s designed to take advantage of its 13-inch screen and its dual-core processor to perform at its full potential.
That’s not to say it’s a tablet killer.
But it’s definitely more powerful than the Surface RT and Surface RT Pro.
The Surface Book has the same display as the Surface Pro 4 and the same RAM as the Pro 4, and there’s the same keyboard as the current Surface RT, Surface Book and Surface Book Pro.
The only thing that’s different is that the Pro 5 is a laptop, which makes it the only other Windows tablet available that offers more features than the previous Surface Pro.
Microsoft is hoping to take another stab at making a laptop-only Windows tablet, but the company has yet to announce that strategy, and many users have already said they’re not going to buy one.
It remains to be seen how the Surface Book will perform, but it’s unlikely it will be the biggest winner.
The other big loser in the first wave of Windows 10 sales was Lenovo.
Lenovo has been struggling to keep up with the growth of tablets, and its first Windows 10 launch was a bit of a disappointment.
It has been improving its Surface line, and the new Lenovo ThinkPad Y570 is expected to be even better.
But while the new ThinkPad may be a good buy, it’s not a compelling one.
Lenovo’s new laptop line will be aimed at businesses that need a new machine every few years.
It may be better suited to businesses who need a desktop that has better battery life, but that’s about it.
The new Lenovo Y580 will probably be the best option for business customers who want a more powerful, cheaper and more versatile machine.
Lenovo will sell this laptop for $1,999.99, a few hundred dollars more than the ThinkPad, but not a bargain.
Lenovo also plans to offer a ThinkPad X5, which is a similar machine with a slightly different design, for $2,499.99.
The X5 is the better-performing machine.
But Lenovo is still far behind Apple, which had its first wave in March, and Microsoft, which released its first-generation Surface tablets in October.
Lenovo is also far behind Huawei, which has a new, better tablet line in the form of the Y5 series.
Lenovo is hoping that the Y580 and X5 will attract business customers that want a desktop computer with more features and for less money.
That would be a pretty big success for the company, which sells laptops and other devices for around $200.
But we don’t know what that plan will be for the next few months.
Lenio is a great example of why Windows 10 has so much potential, especially for businesses.
But the company is still struggling to find its footing.