Win8 will probably do just

Win8 will probably do just fine with new users who might be getting their first computer and their first phone under the Xmas tree at the same time. Power uses who see their computers are tools rather than toys will just download one of the increasing number of add-ins being offered that bypass the "Modern UI," go straight to whatever UI desktop they prefer and maybe even put back the "Start" button. Where 8 is going to live or die will be with business users, once they get a look at it in action and assess what their support workloads are going to be dealing with people who can't figure out how to do things they used to know how to do but don't anymore in environments where they may not be allowed to install customizations.


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