Start Over: What Windows 10 Should Become

I've been threatening to do this for long enough, and now, here I go.  In this first edition of the video series, I diagnose why Windows 8 failed in the market and the public conscience (let's be fair, that's exactly what happened), and propose steps Microsoft may take to restore the next version of Windows to something approaching prominence.  You may ask yourself, why should we seek to restore Windows to prominence at all?  True, it still holds a grip on the world's desktops, but they're desktops that people use less and less.  I have innumerable reasons, but the #1 reason on the list is really the only one that matters to me:  I'm dubious of anyone else taking a stab at the world's workspace.