This won't work in a job environment, I'm wondering if Microsoft will have a Professional version? Businesses are about productivity. I can't imagine using this interface in a business
setting. It is to complicated for the average office worker to be efficient on a day to day basis.
And HERE'S a SURPRISE Microsoft - Businesses will NOT upgrade their perfectly fine monitors to touch screen monitors, nor will they pay for their employees to take classes
to become productive in Windows 8, if THAT would EVER be possible in the Metro Interface.
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