Originally Posted by jhawkkw
I am inclined to agree about windows 8 being media driven. It feels like running a tablet/PC combo and the tablet part gives it that media feel. There is also an enterprise edition that is suppose to cater to the business aspect, but it's not distributed to the general public, nor do I know the enhancements it brings to the table.
I agree that the tablet part is what give is the feel you speak of. I spend must of my time on the desk top side. As someone who does not use my laptop for media but for things related to running a business and the business of life, so far I have had no issues. All of my software has worked so far without any glitches. I am not using the live tiles and am also just using the local sign in. I am not a social media person nor do I want to sync across multiple pc's. Here is a link to the features in Enterprise
Windows 8 Enterprise | Enterprise Software | Enterprise Edition
a 90 day evaluation is availabe here: