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unless there's a way to ensure that Windows doesn't revert back to that butt-ugly start screen, we don't care at all about apps-it's not a smart phone, and reinstate the start button to alleviate icon clutter Windows 8 will remain, deservedly, blocked from consideration. We're interested in getting work done in as streamlined way as possible both internally and for our clients. Windows 8 does nothing to help business as presently constrained. And we're betting that MS won't have the wisdom to relent with respect to the features we and many others require. MS will likely do okay with business given the downgrade rights to Open Licenses (that they will trumpet as Win8 sales), but as presented it's largely a business no-go.