To critics, Microsoft is launching a more dynamic concept and intelligent PC.
Microsoft has just made ??a revolutionary new operating system. The Windows 8 promises to bring the company back to the forefront of personal computing, therefore, to relieve Bill Gates, has received positive reviews and is already considered the most radical update of Windows since its launch in 1985.
The new tool is based a dynamic desktop.Instead of piles of windows, as in previous versions, presents blocks of content that provide information to the home screen customizable and can be moved around or drive to an application. The update is constant, keeping the user informed about e-mails, Facebook messages and notifications. An article explaining all the new features can be seen here .
The idea is to adapt the company’s operating system for the iconic life in the world of portable and mobile tablets.Therefore, Windows 8 will come in two versions, one for desktops and laptops and one for ‘touch’, as tablets, smartphones and other handheld devices.
There is still no official release date, but it is speculated that the system will be ready till June. For those who want to get to grips with what comes around, Microsoft made ??available for download a trial version. The Future of Computing While most of the world’s PCs use Windows for a long time Bill Gates had not heard positive reviews about their operating system.
The Vista fiasco served to further distance Microsoft from its biggest competitor, Apple. But with the release of Windows 8, the company has a chance to return to the place where the pioneers left. Critics praised the new technology bets and consider a “guide to the new era of computing.”
The site Wired has analyzed: Your desktop is dead. The next few years of computing are going to be very interesting to watch unfold. But one thing’s for sure: Microsoft is at least one step ahead of Apple in putting the desktop interface to rest.’
Boy Genius Report was more effusive, ‘We are now entering the post-post-PC era, and its focus is the PC. A new, smarter, more versatile PC. This is the future of computing.’That is not to say Windows 8 is an ‘iPad killer’ or that media tablets are going away.While their functionality may overlap in a number of areas, light-duty tablets and full-fledged PCs will continue to coexist for some time.’
” The technology website Mashable was impressed, but overwhelmed by the many ways to control the new software. ’In the end, Microsoft isn’t just asking you to get used to a different interface for Windows. It’s asking you to get used to multiple within the same OS. I’m not sure how many people have the patience for that. Still, Metro is gorgeous enough to keep me looking forward to Windows 8?s final act.’