Little Jay, while I agree with you in general, they first have to put out an OS that Business wants to adopt before they can sell the productivity software to them. So far, from all reports, they have not done that and from appearances are not heading in that direction. Consider how long it took Microsoft to move businesses from XP to Windows 7, which is a much better OS for business than Windows 8 is. In fact, that's why they made XP mode an option for Windows 7, so business could more easily transition to 7. And the move from XP to 7 was not nearly as drastic as the move to 8 would be.