The hidden secret behind Windows Phone
It hurts to say it -- but Windows Phone is not different than the typical Windows operating system (e.g. Windows XP and 7). It fails badly after some months of heavy uses. My usage included: surfing the web, and installing and uninstalling apps and other tasks almost everyday. But before you start calling me troll, let me explain myself.
After resetting my phone, all the problems vanished away. Not surprise there. It was clear that my Lumia was running the (IN)famous Windows with a different UI and a few nice tricks under its sleeve. I had high hopes for the OS to be a technical feast and the new face for Microsoft, but it`s just the traditional Windows in disguise. I stopped using Windows on my computers because for the same errors that my Lumia started having. I wanted to buy a Windows Phone 8, but now I get a clearer picture of why Microsoft has not been able to make a dent in the mobile market -- its reputation of troublesome software maker carries along with all their products with the exception of the Xbox brand. I will buy an iPhone 5, and forget that Microsoft makes mobile OS for phones. I could not deal with Windows on my computer, and I don`t see a single reason why I have to deal with Microsoft`s crap anymore.
So long Microsoft, I am finally free.