Re: A typical "upgrade" issue
> upgrade systems to do things that aren't needed by people
How else can you make people pay over and over again for something they already paid for? (Well, at least in the days before the "as a service" con, which is vastly more efficient at this...)
I still use a lot of
old ancient versions of programs, because they do everything I need to. Obviously they aren't connected to the wild, wild web, but why would they anyway?