"No one person is responsible, but I feel very good about the number of things that did change. The company is a lot different now. It's come a long way. I'm happy about some things and impatient about other things," he said.
Ozzie was reluctant to get into a debate about competition between PCs and tablets. "People argue about, 'are we in a post-PC world.' Why are they arguing? Of course we're in a post-PC world. That doesn't mean the PC dies. It just means the scenarios we use them in, we stop referring to them as PCs. But it's still general computation," he said.
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