Last week we wanted to hear what kinds of articles you’d like to see more of on MakeUseOf. Your votes and comments were very insightful, and we will definitely take them into account when thinking about MakeUseOf’s content in the future. Insightful as they were, they were also surprising, with two kinds of articles getting the majority of the votes.
Out of 332 votes in total, 37% would like to see more posts showing how to do things, 23% like MakeUseOf Explains posts, 13% would like to see more individual app/website reviews, 10% voted for roundups of apps/websites, 5% would like to see more news and updates, 2.5% like our long journalistic features, 2% voted for more infographics, another 2% want to see interviews, and 1.5% voted for more opinion pieces. Another 5% voted for “other”, and told us more about that in the comments.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Don’t forget to read the best comment of all, by Javier Vega. He won 150 reward points for his comment!
This week’s poll question is: Are You Using Windows 8?
This week was a historical week for Microsoft, with the official release of Windows 8. Although this was the official release for consumers, Microsoft’s operating system has been around for quite a while, and many of us here at MakeUseOf have already installed it, used it, and even written a complete guide about it. But not everyone likes taking chances with a new operating system; some like to take their time, and choose to upgrade when the OS is not brand new. So where do you stand? Are you using Windows 8 already, or are you still waiting? Do you plan to upgrade at all?
If you upgraded, do you like it? If not, why not? And how will you decide weather to do it or not? Share all your Windows 8 opinions in the comments.
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