Quote: Originally Posted by pparks1
Generally speaking, I don't upgrade current machines to new operating systems as I don't want to pay for a new license. 8 is going to have to come out with some great features, must have security, or otherwise I plan to stay with Windows 7 which has been by far my best experience with Windows in a long time. Why fix something that isn't broken?
Same here. I'm thinking that if someone comes out with a decently specced tablet that runs W8, I'll probably get one. The tiled interface I've seen so far seems leaps and bounds over anything else out right now. In my opinion, W8 on a touch device is going to overshadow all other touch interfaces. I have a gen 1 iPaid and really hate doing anything web related. Lack of Flash is a true hinderance.
However, unless I have need to actually replace my desktop/laptop and it already has W8 on it
, I don't see any reason to update.