Fujitsu Confirms Demand for Windows 8 Is “Weak” Bloomberg

One more company confirms that Windows 8 isn’t selling very well right now

  Windows 8 may actually miss sales projections
The Windows 8 sales saga doesn’t seem to come to an end with no official figures released by Microsoft, so yet another company executive has recently revealed that the new operating system isn’t selling like it should right now.

The Windows 8 sales saga doesn’t seem to come to an end with no official figures released by Microsoft, so yet another company executive has recently revealed that the new operating system isn’t selling like it should right now.

Fujitsu President Masami Yamamoto told reporters in Tokyo that Windows 8 sales are “weak,” according to a report by Bloomberg. Microsoft still thinks that it should remain tight-lipped on this subject, so no comments from the Redmond-based technology company so far.

The only official details concerning Windows 8 sales have been provided in late November when Microsoft revealed that it had managed to sell 40 million copies in just a single month.

While we don’t know if that’s good or bad, Redmond insiders have hinted that Windows 8 is missing internal sales projections, with Steve Ballmer blaming the PC industry for not launching enough devices running Microsoft new operating system.

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