It appears that the numbers for Windows 8 is not good after just four months on the market. With users dissatisfaction for the new windows 8 metro interface it seems to have slow sales to almost a halt. This is also true in the Windows store where there has only been an additional 4,000 apps since February. At this growth rate, they will reach over 100,000 apps by sometime in late 2014 which is much slower than any other app store. Even with that being said, most of the apps in the store are useless apps anyway and not worth downloading. Hopefully with Windows 8 Blue, Microsoft will make some significant changes if they want to get back in the PC game. Windows 8’s growth rate is actually slower than Vista’s growth rate, and we all know what happened with Vista.