I agree with wolverine.
It is a good OS, but has some frustrating features.
This is mainly the "apps" section. Windows isn't very clear on how to operate in this mode; although I didn't read the help section
It took me a while to figure out, that you have to drag a window down to close the program.
It also has no "start" bar, so things like closing down the pc, become a hassle.
That being said, I find it still a great operating system. It has built on Windows 7, and made it in some repects, more "simple" for not so tech savvy operators to use. (with the Internet app, mail app etc).
Still worth getting since it is only $58 -Finally MS has realised that consumers don't want to pay $200 to upgrade there OS.