Bill Gates Back At The Helm?

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Well it appears that way. Looks like Bill wasn't happy how Satya "Wish I was Steve Jobs" Nadella was running things.
Too many changes all at once to even think this was a natural course of events.

1. Office returns to perpetual licensing (This flies in the face of Satya's subscription only Microsoft software model)

2. The Surface no longer is a priced as an iPad wanna be, base price was slashed (Read: Microsoft isn't ever going to be Apple. Microsoft is a commodity product and was very successful at that.)

3. Microsoft has issued a command to their software people to construct software to rival Zoom. (the reality is is should have never happened in the first place, at least in Microsoft's eyes)

None of this changes would have never been considered by Satya. He only concern is fluffing up short term share prices.
 
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Bill needs a new job. Looks like Mr. Vaxx's Moderna might flop, and he and Fauci won't make the big bucks. Killing all those kids in Africa with his polio vaxx was not popular, nor in India.
DARPA and Unit 8200 bosses might let him continue to be figurehead, like zomboid child Suck-a-Burg.
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Just a good example of people should stick to what the do well.
Money doesn't necessarily buy you knowledge but it does buy you power. Bill is a fine example of money changes everything. He should stop thinking he and Melissa are going to save the world, it's not going to happen. Money doesn't fix everything sometimes quite the opposite.
It may have been dumb luck but he was a huge force behind Microsoft which seems to have lost their way in the past couple of years. Someone is trying to get Microsoft back on course which in the grand scheme of things as they exist today is a good thing. We sure as heck don't need anymore change than is being forced upon us currently.
 
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