Is it so hard to imagine that ANY device capable of any computational power/storage will be more and more hit the higher its market share? How can a person be called expert when the brainpower above a first grade student isn't needed to see things like this? Seriously!
[citation][nom]tmshdw[/nom]Hmmm... perhaps there is something to an ecosystem where you can trust the store you buy your apps from.[/citation]
Which is why Microsoft is going to great lengths to secure Windows 8.
Honestly, Secure Boot is a good thing. Just FYI: ARM Windows 8 systems will NOT have a way to disable Secure Boot, while x86 systems WILL - although it WILL be turned on by default when you buy your system. x86 systems must display the status of Secure Boot to the user, and must also have access to the key database. (I found this info is in the new Win8 WinQual requirements just posted a few days ago)
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