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Because of the grim financial future, Dell blamed Microsoft’s Windows 8 based from the securities regulators statement filed Friday with the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Micron Associates research. The uncertain adoption of Windows 8 operating is system is said as the cause of its under-performance relative to a number of its competitors. The statement laid out Dell’s case for shareholders accepting a $24.4 billion offer, led by its founder and CEO, Michael Dell, to take the PC maker private. Michael Dell has joined with private-equity firm Silver Lake Partners to buy the company, with Silver Lake in turn tapping Microsoft for a $2 billion contribution. Michael Dell’s proposal has been threatened by recent counter-offers from private-equity fund manager Blackstone and a group coordinated by investor Carl Icahn. In the proxy, Dell also blamed other factors for its troubled PC business, including “unexpected slowdowns in enterprise Windows 7 upgrades,” as well as a lengthening PC replacement cycle and a rush to the bottom toward lower-margin systems…



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