Sat, Oct 24 2009 22:26
Dear Windows 7 people:
Thank you for making the packaging of the Windows 7 boxes easier to get into. I no longer have to take a knife, and make the sounds of "Psycho" and hack into the Windows Vista packaging. Invariably then I would break the hinge causing the contents of the box to spill out on the floor. Windows 7 boxes are an easy open.
Here's the but... and where you need to do better.
The keycode inside the box has to be the smallest font I've ever seen you use on a Keycode. it's worse than the codes on the HP and Dell computer stickers which are ALWAYS stuck on the bottom of the computers where you have to crawl on the floor with a magnifying glass to see them.
Add to the fact that years of using computers means that I need reading glasses and the fact that the rest of the population is aging just like I am, I'm not sure using the smallest font I've ever seen you use on a keycode is the wisest thing.
When you do Windows 8, would you mind considering a
bigger font on the keycode for Windows 8 please?
Filed under: Windows 7