Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Microsoft Windows 8 has been Introduced

. Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Microsoft finally officially released the latest operating system Windows 8 at BUILD conference attended by thousands of application developers in Anaheim, Calif., on Tuesday (13/09/2011). President of Microsoft's Windows Division, Stefen Sinofsky said Windows 8 as the major changes that have made by Microsoft after Windows 95.

In his presentation, he explained that Windows 8 will indeed offer a new experience compared to the previous operating system that supports full-featured touch screen and can be used in all kinds of devices like PCs and tablet.

From the display, the operating system presents a fresh menu like Windows Phone 7. The first screen presents a collection of information directly from the applications in use and the menus are arranged neatly with a design called the Metro. From the start menu, its consumer can also directly access the list of friends in social networks and favorite menus simply sliding the screen with the touch of a finger.

Windows 8 also supports various hardware platforms. Unlike previous Windows versions that support only the x86 processor architecture, Windows 8 also supports the ARM chip that is widely used in tablet devices generally. Form of devices will be much more sleek and thin and will have a longer battery life.

Sinofsky ensure that all the software that runs on Windows 7 will also can be used on Windows 8. A little different is the approach in terms of users to access multiple types of applications. If the previous operating system to force users always open the application one by one, on Windows 8 collaboration between applications began to be applied. For example through a feature that lets users access email information, Twitter, and social networks in one view.

Currently, Windows 8 are newly introduced to the developers because of the developer preview version. There is no certainty when this software will begin to be distributed to the market. Still have to go through the beta, release candidate, and release to manufacturing, before being distributed. Microsoft must make sure the quality is and is not dependent on deadlines.

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