Most of these seem to me primarily consumer-oriented features. Not much there to convince a business user (in fact they're likely to wind them up with the forced download and reminders).
A consumer newspaper probably focuses on features of consumer interests? :-)
Not very interested in what's enterprise-interesting myself, so haven't looked at it - but it performs pretty well (MS seems have done progressively better with 7->8->10), and there's some additional lowlevel security panzering (mitigations, defense-in-depth). Those benefit consumers, and might be of interest
at the corporate level.
Of course there's also the said-to-be-privacy-invading stuff, which I'm no fan of - but until somebody discovers anything really
underhanded about it, well, that's what group policies are for.
Although many have Apple flat screen monitors. I guess the Apple flat screen is tough to beat? A friend has a Mac Laptop and the screen is paper thin, very lightweight, and high quality.
Haven't seen many laptops that can beat the macbook screens, but dunno why you'd buy an external monitor from Apple, really.