incrediBILL - 9:17 pm on Mar 27, 2013 (gmt 0)
I used to do computer stuff for people too.
They showed up at my door bearing six packs of beer and some nerdly hardware I'd never seen before like the first touch screen monitor, a packet radio modem, all sorts of wacky stuff but I digress.
I would probably draw the line at reloading an OS as I don't even like to do that myself and I used to work in the HD/Tape industry and wrote and tested drivers and backup software all day long.
I like the appliance computer where you plug it in, it works until it breaks, you plug in the replacement and it works. Your dual boot Frankencomputers take away that simplicity from those using them as it's not dual boot out of the box.
As a matter of fact, the Android app model is going to win over the marketplace because you don't have to even remember what apps to reload, and your contacts and data download from the cloud automatically, opposed to reinstalling Window and Linux software so their model is closer to the appliance model than all of this but I digress.