N: Imagine. These kids won’t have to remember passwords.
TTT: You mean like today’s adults?
N: Or obsess about security.
TTT: I have yet to meet a computer user who understands security, let alone obsesses about it.
N: For them, every screen is meant to be touched.
TTT: It always has been. How many TV screens and monitors throughout the decades have little kid hand prints on them by “Wasn’t me!”
N: And web pages are meant to be scribbled on and shared.
TTT: I agree. Most web pages do like like crap, but we share them anyway. Sometimes for that very reason.
N: They’ll expect their devices to listen to them.
TTT: You can hear me? Where are you?
(W: I’m in the house. :P)
N: And talk. And sing. And tell a funny joke.
TTT: Welcome back, Talking Moose.
N: And as they grow and get better at things, the technology will too. They’ll do things their parents never even dreamed of.
TTT: Like what? Run anti-virus scans over and over and over? Oh, you mean defrag? No? OOooooooh. How about using that brand new “Start Menu” button. Oh, yeah… no. So, like what?
N: ‘Cause these kids will grow up with Windows 10.
TTT: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10. Microsoft. Teaching kids to count!™
N: The future starts now. For all of us.
TTT: The future includes a brand new Start Menu and windowed windows – BOTH TOUTED AS FEATURES. Sounds more like the past to me. And, no, just for the still-unenlightened.
N: Get started today.
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