38 Product 'Improvements' That Improve Nothing
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Companies are always rolling fancy new features into their products, to entice us to buy the latest versions. Or they're getting rid of good features that we're used to. The thing is, most of the time the thing they add - or the thing they remove - is a total dealbreaker for purchasing decisions.
So we asked you to vent about components and details that prevent you from buying something - either because they're included, or because they're not.