I tend to watch and manage perceptions very closely with regard to the services I manage in my profession. Its not often when I step back and think about my own perceptions.
During the install I was finding myself concern with the personal info required to install Windows. It wasn't until the next day that I figured out what it was trying to do; getting all APPLE'ISH. Perception is funny because when I bought into the MAC stack several years back I wasn't that concerned about getting an iTunes account. But when Microsoft does it, better watch out!?! Why is that?
Apple has done a very good job appealing to the consumer, guess that is why at work I have a Windows box. After getting past Microsoft's attempt to FRIEND me, I immediately started to wounder how the Metro thing would really work in the enterprise environment. For heath care I suspect it would be great given the tendency to run a single application as a primary tool. Some touch screens would make it easier on the desktop.
Since I didn't have a touch screen on the desktop, I had to fumble around a new user interface trying to figure out how to close an app (drag down from the top). Disappointed to report I didn't figure it out without Google... It always humbling when learning a new platform--its a good reminder to have patience when support others who don't sit in front of a computer for a living.