And of course your sentences will be longer: "... hit Command-D, PC users it's Control-D..."
Actually thats the main one - command instead of control.
Don't worry if it crashes - this is normal on a PC.
If running Live on a PC laptop do not ever use the OEM install of windows, format it and disable ALL of its built in hardware devices (yep - onboard chipset too ooops!)
MIDI port names are confusing "USB Audio", "USB Audio 2" etc
Don't ever unplug anything - and if you do - make sure you remember which port it was in - and quit (if it hasn't already crashed) and start Live.
Read an inwardly digest all windows audio tweak guides ever public - then fuckup your machine beyond following them - format and then just switch to prioritise for background services.
Get jealous of mac users with virtual midi ports, midi port routings, etc -0 useful if you want to sync live with another application like Traktor etc.
Get even more jealous of mac users as they only have one audio driver stand to work with, so everything just works with it.
Also get jealous of Mac users because VST (yep from PC) are better organised than on a PC so they don't loose half of them because they installed somewhere random when you don't have Cubase installed.
Im sure Ill think of some other things after dinner...