Windows 8 for business

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by kai_uk, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. kai_uk

    kai_uk New Member

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    If you look at the Dell website there are 2 options for purchasing computers, home or work. The home option only gives you windows 8, but the work option can offer you windows 7.

    Do you think Windows 8 on a computer (not tablet) is suitable for a corporate environment or should they stick to Windows 7?
     
  2. MyDigitalpoint

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    The choice depends much on what the company needs are. Starting from Windows ME and skipping the 2000 versions, Windows mostly works on visual improvement for those who are lured by an eye-candy environment, which is not useful at all in a business environment.

    However, since Microsoft realized a Windows 8 Enterprise version, that means that several companies may be interested in having this operating system.

    This is a comparison chart of features in the different Windows 8 editions: http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/5757-compare-windows-8-editions.html
     
  3. Aditya Kulkarni

    Aditya Kulkarni New Member

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    In my honest opinion, Windows 8 has proven to be the best operating system for any kind of application.
    Yes, there are some flaws in it from a point of development view; but this has nothing to do with the corporate world. Moreover, it is sometimes, very much performance improving operating system. The RAM utilization and the system architecture utilization is pretty impressive in Windows 8.
     

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