Recent estimations put Microsoft (MSFT -0.37%) Windows RT selling at an anemic rate of only 50,000 units per month. For a company the size of Microsoft, this is doing next to nothing to its bottom line, not to mention it's tarnishing the Windows 8 franchise with added confusion for consumers. Given the fact the Intel (INTC -0.80%) is on the verge of releasing a tablet processor based on a 22-nanometer design, it's almost all but certain that Windows RT will eventually become a thing of the past. In the video, Motley Fool contributor Steve Heller discusses why he believes Windows RT needs to die and where he wants Microsoft to focus its efforts.
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Microsoft should just throw in the towel and focus on a “one Windows” solution.
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