A subtle (by Loon standards) way of moving the goalposts. Every new version of Windows is attacked as follows:
(1) I hate the new interface. (Any old reason will do. Note that you don’t actually need to have used the new interface — or even the old interface.)
This has never yet worked. Beta versions of the new interface take less than a month to out-sell the entire history of Linux distros. Next:
(2) It’s way too much for the hardware and it sucks and nobody likes it and what happened to all those features they promised but couldn’t deliver? Nobody will use it.
This doesn’t really work, either, because it turns out that people do use it. They even buy it … as an upgrade. Finally:
(3) It’s just a service pack.
Yes, and a human being is just a sperm and an egg and a bit of good luck thrown in along the way.
 Windows 8. Granted, I’m not keen on the thing, as yet.
 Everything from Windows 95 on.[a]
[3a] Totally ignoring things like NT, of course.