You expected them to talk about Windows Server in the "enterprise" announcement? Silly goose. No, that was all about rolling back win8 UI fumbles.
MS marketing failed again. They delivered a confused and abruptly incomplete/premature message. You don't hold a presentation telling everybody it's about the "enterprise" then proceed to exclusively discuss UI changes. It's just plain inept marketing.
Again, I liked win10, it will be a nice little upgrade. But so far, it feels like a +0.1 release, not a +2.0. Looking forward to seeing some actual features.
If MS was really smart, they would put some real effort into openly integrating with android (and winphone/xbone/tablet, obviously) and offer to do the same with OSX and iOS if Apple lets them. Making phonecalls, SMS messages, emails, picking up tabs and logins from your browser, transferring skype calls, screen mirroring, remote audio, etc. That stuff is actually useful. Offer open APIs so 3rd party programs can get in on the action too.
And I'm still waiting for them to add windows desktop programs to the windows store for automatic updates. Why is that still not happening? Why are we still running filehippo and secunia psi to update our programs manually like animals while OSX users just click the update button in the mac store?
Oh, and on the hardware side, I want a 12" 16:10 Surface laptop with Surface build quality and Lenovo Yoga-style flexibility, and I want it to cost $100 more than the current non-retina Macbook Air (and the same as the retina one due out shortly).