Originally Posted by ViN86
Well no **** for people who have to compile. But the majority of computer users in the corporate environment are not programmers. They check email, browse the internet, write Word documents, make Spreadsheets, and make Powerpoint presentations.
You're applying your specific needs to an entire industry... You are not the majority.
Afterall no one is forced to do any upgrade. Windows 7 will serve fine for the next 5 years. In mean time i guess i don't care about direction MS took unless they change their mind last minute and give users ability to disable Metro. Windows 8 Server looks better to me cause it comes with minimum Metro interface. I am looking for Windows 7 SP2.