tdockery97 wrote:Desktops/laptops in the business office will never go away. Windows 8 is not a practical platform to accomplish day-to-day office tasks. Office productivity would drop like a stone.
I could never see myself working on windoze 8 for an art job, it would be totally insane, it just would not be practical in any way shape or form, office stuff I wouldn't know about but art stuff, yup it just wouldn't work without tons of frustration, especially when you have 20 minutes to complete some jobs, get approval, and start the printing while jumping from 3 or 4 programs at the same time if not more. I been wondering how they are doing with it in an office environment or if they just stuck to older versions instead.
Should be interesting how this all plays out in the end, I just hope they get rid of that boot issue after the smoke clears before I buy a new system down the road.
Google will have that sewn up with their quest for the StarTrek computer.
beam me up scotty, I get a kick out of those apple commercials where they are actually having a some what intelligent conversations with their phones, like its a real person, for a phone I can see it, in an office it would be like an insane asylum looking at a room full of cubicles of folks arguing with their computers, it still freaks me out with folks that use bluetooth on their phones yakking away and not seeing anything (until you see the ear piece) you can't tell who's talking to themselves anymore and who yakking on a phone.