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Pros: It works. I am running Win 8 Pro 64 and haven't had any trouble with it at all. It loaded quickly and setup everything in my system without me having to install a single driver. Runs just as fast as Win 7 64, maybe faster. All the programs I had running under Win 7 64 are running just fine under Win 8 64. No issues with it running and having other programs running on it. This feels like a very stable operating system just like Win 7 was.
Cons: Just like everyone else has already pointed out, the TILES are a bit of a nuisance and making it more responsive to touch screens makes it so much more of a pain for desktop computer fans. Almost to the point of wanting to go back to Win 7 or Linux. I did find a free program that brings the classic desktop back to the desktop user...it's called Ivosoft Classic Shell. It really makes Win 8 a lot more manageable. It also preserves the Win 8 tiles menu so you can still use those if needed.
Overall: I don't think it's a necessary upgrade to anyone who is happy with Win 7 currently. There's really nothing BIG extra or different in Win 8 to make it a HAVE TO purchase. I did purchase it through Amazon because I had been using the beta versions a little and was impressed with how it performed. There's nothing that is being complained about that doesn't already have a work around. I think that most of the people that are complaining about Win 8 haven't really used it or refused to look for what they would need to make it what they want. If you have ever used an android phone or tablet, you know that there are several downloads to change the way that android works and looks and have probably downloaded a few...same thing here...just download what you want your system to look or act like and it will. Very customizable for those that want to look for it.
I own an Apple Ipad as well and so comparing the market leaders in the tablet market was very easy. I believe they are pretty evenly matched though Galaxy Tab does beat the IPad in the end because of being a bang for the buck. At 200$ less than IPad and with an interface less rigid than ios, it is a better purchase if you are going to own only one tablet. The only things that I liked in an IPad over the Tab was that somehow the former seemed more sturdy (less prone to slipping out of your hand) and having more screen width than the latter. If these seem a petty issue to you, go for the galaxy!