First read this... h t t p://xpwasmyidea.blogspot.com/2011/09/features-removed-in-windows-8.h t m l I have not used Win8 that much, but this article disturbs me. So, many things have been changed to the negative. Feature added, yes. But, so many have been removed. Additional and enhanced functionality are good. But, removing and changing basic functionality that is used by a majority of users cannot be called an upgrade. It breaks the trust of the end user. MS can do whatever they want with their Windows product. But, removing functionality and then eventually withdrawing support (forcing an upgrade that has removed said functionality) may actually be an antitrust violation. Thoughts?