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POS 371 Week 1 DQ4

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From what I read as far as the article it seems as if the
whole infrastructure of everything that Microsoft was
aiming to build for wouldn’t really aect the type of
audience/consumer they were aiming for. No matter when
or how Microsoft builds their platforms they often aim for
servers, cell phones, business productivity, and just
someone as simple as just wanting to use a computer. The
type of end users may vary but they all are user friendly
most of the time. They are aiming to be more "exible
because they would like to have a wide range of users
around the world instead of just having business people
use their product. They don’t really plan on separating
people as far as software. Everything is based on how
di&cult it is to operate, and will more people want to use
it in the long run or switch to something else more end
user friendly. The most special end users that mainly exist
are the business aspect, the server/administrator and the
at home user. Some software work for some and not all,
but now with the technology that’s out all software is
compatible with every kind of user that longs on to a
computer

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