For years now, we have been told that the PC is dead. The advent of the iPad in 2010 was seen to herald the death knell for the PC, but this is not the case, says Microsoft, the PC has just changed shape.

"The idea [that] the PC is dead is the wrong concept, it's more that form factors have moved on, computing can be used in so many more locations by so many more people [and] they want that on a variety of form factors." So says Robert Epstein, senior product manager for Windows in the UK, who spoke to IBTimes UK TV this week following the announcement of the first major update to Windows 8.

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