Reply to the revious posts.
Given the fact that enterprise environments in big corporations, people access remote applications, and storage can be provision via network devices.
A netbook docked to a monitor, with keyboard and mouse is a good setting.
The working space on the monitor of the mini is not suitable for graphics, development, or anything that requires many applcations opened.
I don't think it is a good idea to do actual work on the keyboard that comes with it.
However, I don't know how exchange, the office, and the legacy applications, and services would integrate with windows 7. In fact, not many corporations are supporting XP. their infrastructure is windows 200X.
what I like about windows 7 ?
it runs fairly fast on the pc.
seems to detect the ssd
The themes and the interface of windows 7 is elegant, and still, you don't have to waste a lot of time learning it.
I am surprised with the response of the GUI. I just installed it yesterday, and will remain there.