Yes, I'm not the typical Office-hugging, photoshop-junky, visualstudio power user user, but still, the fact that I'm feeling comfortable and not missing Windows does mean something. So bye-bye windows 10, you've been great.
My rig: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/toshiba-13-3-chromebook-2-intel-celeron-4gb-memory-16gb-solid-state-drive-satin-gold/8790147.p?id=1219370473818&skuId=8790147
Bought it for $300 on sale. One of my best buys, by far. Would recommend... HIGHLY :)
Screen, battery life, trackpad, and keyboard, this is as close you can get to a mac, for 1/3 of the price.
BTW, that's not to say that chromeos looks better then Windows - I do think that Windows graphics is more polished - after all Windows had like 20 years to simmer - but chromeos' good enough.
My next prediction (after pridicting the open-sourcing of .net, and inclusion of WebGL in IE) is that Microsoft would release a chromebook competitor. No, i'm not talking price, that's not chromebook's charm. I mean 0-config setup, with no or little local storage. In other words the net computer Sun were advocating 10 years ago. Every good idea's time comes.
But sadly, I don't think it would stand a chance against Chromebooks, because chrome is getting to be a household name. IE on the other hand...