By Net Applications' statistics, Windows 8 is playing catch-up with Windows 7, sporting a usage share of all Windows systems in October that was five times smaller than Windows 7 at the same point in its release cycle.
A transcript of Reller's comments at the Credit Suisse conference can be found on Microsoft's website.
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