"I'm part of the W8 EAP in our company and after a week or so I could do anything at better speed compared to W7 on the same system. Actually there are a lot of things under the hood plus the option of adding some 'mobile' apps and gadgets."
And it only took you a week to "adapt" to Win8, to basically train yourself how to use this application. What if all the major Fortune 500 corporations only invested a week for all employees in training for Windows 8? Can you imagine the amount of lost profit and productivity that would occur? Windows 7 works. It's stable, a very good platform for maximum productivity and minimum downtime. I would be interested to hear your input from the perspective of ROI why anyone in their right mind would want to convert to Windows 8. Happy New Year!
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