I remember the days of DOS well.
"The Windows desktop is now regarded by many people — even Microsoft themselves — as a relic that’s out-of-date in an age of simplified mobile interfaces and touch screens. But there was a time when the Windows desktop was the new, user-friendly interface."
Mobile interfaces and touch screens don't pull heavy workloads. They are convenient and fun, but useless for databases, spreadsheets, serious word processing, and a disaster running many apps at once. But yes, it is painfully clear what Microsoft thinks of those of us who have faithfully used their OSes for all these years.