Because I use dual monitors all the time, Mac OS is my main operating system and this is how it must remain. The big grey box that Windows apps have makes it hard to have a couple of pictures open in one program while you work on a drawing in another. I remember how alien I found the transparent programs when I first used a Mac at work, but how useful it turned out to be.
All that said, I think Windows 7 is great! The new taskbar works in a way that acknowledges that perhaps people run a few more programs at once these days than they did in 1995. And it is decently fast on middling machines, Bill Gates has been busy writing it in his bedroom and he has mostly got it right.
But here is a question. Is there any way to turn off the infernal "water ripple" left click cursor effect you get when you use a tablet? This was under one of the tablet pc control panel settings on Vista but the option has vanished. It's really distracting!
Do you work at Microsoft? Do you have access to Bill Gates' bedroom where he writes the programs on an Acorn Electron? Please ask Bill about his mad tablet PC cursor.
Otherwise, well done, Windows 7 9/10.