Hear hear, here too!
I feel pretty much the same as joeller, with the additional comment that, like Palmetto, I also have a fistful of apps that work on Windows, but that might be difficult or impossible to replicate on other platforms -- not to mention the cost of replacing things like Photoshop and Excel. Sure, there are "equivalents" available, some of them for free, but I have spent a lot of time learning the interfaces, writing platform-specific macros and so on. Microsoft: the old adage still rings true - if it ain't broke, don't "fix" it!
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