Ok... they did away with window position and size memory; and they take away the clean, concise, quick to use start menu. So now, everytime my people start up their computers, they get to spend the first 15 minutes of their day rebuilding and reconfiguring their windows and folder views. Then instead of clicking on the start button - going to their organized folder and clicking on the ap they want, they get to open this abomination of a menu and after several clicks - get to their program. Now that is what I call a real productivity enhancement. And I won't even go into the issues with multiple monitor setups. What was microsoft thinking?