Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979
The OP has already decided to stay with 2007. A good move in my opinion........a move from 2007 to 2010 and up could hardly be called an upgrade.
Again, it depends on the needs of the person considering the upgrade. In my case, I picked up a few features I happen to find useful that someone else probably wouldn't feel was worth the upgrade (and, frankly, if that was all I would have gained, it wouldn't have been worth it for me, either). The main reason upgrading was worthwhile to me, besides the few new features I use, is an EOL date that will allow me to use it until Win 7's EOL (Win 7 reaches EOL roughly 2 1/2 years prior to Win 7's EOL). That, to me, is a huge advantage that easily justified the cost upgrading (catching it on sale didn't hurt, either) since I do not like (more like detest) the direction M$ has been going, starting with Win 8 and Office 2013. I got it late last year to make sure it I got it before it could become unavailable later.