I was reading a review of Windows 8. Usability expert finds Windows 8 on a PC confusing - GadgetBox on NBCNews.com In it the person says "Windows 8 is optimized for content consumption rather than content production and multitasking. Whereas content consumption can easily be done on other media (tablets and phones), production and multitasking are still best suited for PCs. Windows 8 appears to ignore that." If that's true, then I have to ask... What would be the point of having a computer at all? Why spend all that money on something that you just... what... shop on? They also say "There are things that you can do more easily in Windows 8. For instance, it’s easy to share a news story through email or with friends on Facebook. But, I am not sure that these are the tasks that people do most often on a PC." And I thought Windows 7 was geared towards the Facebookers, this sounds like 8 is made exclusively for them. I just hope I can keep buying motherboards that supports XP because I'm one of those crazy people that think computers should do more than Facebook.