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Multi-tasking on the screen
Those who do two things at once on an iPad or most Android tablets are all too familiar with having to swap between the two app screens. Bouncing back and forth is OK, but it would be much better to have the two apps displayed side-by-side on the tablet screen.
Windows tablets have you covered in this regard, as snap view lets you put two apps up at once. You can easily refer to one app while working in the other. No muss, no fuss, just as it should be.
You can adjust the two windows to the sizes that suit the task at hand.
Companies come, and companies go, and that's especially true in the mobile space. Buying into a mobile platform with any device is making a leap of faith that the platform and the company behind it will be around for the long haul.
That's not a concern with a Windows tablet, as Microsoft is certain to be around for a long time. The company is almost too big to fail, and it's a pretty safe bet your new Windows tablet will be supported for a good while.
The company has gone all-in with Windows 8, so it should be around for the life of the hardware that runs it. Microsoft will surely keep improving Windows, and tablets bought today will keep getting better over time. Unlike the case with Android tablets, it's not a question whether your tablet will get the next big update, it's when will it arrive.