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Jumping the gun
Fantastic OS for touch-enabled devices. How many of those do you have in your corporate environment? The removal of the start menu really hurts corporate adoption, as a result a large percentage of environments have no plans to implement it. One more iteration with the start menu would have been smarter. The touch-enabled laptops would come out, and then when everyone's used to touching their screen the start-menu would hardly be missed. Give it 2 years and the corporate market will have more touch-enabled devices, maybe then we'll see higher adoption rates.