Windows 8 will be much more touch focused… read on.
At last the wait for the next generation of Windows is over. At the D9 Conference where Pres. Sinofsky of Windows has given us a first look on Windows 8 by demonstrating the wonderful work of this device. Based from what we have seen, this touch-only device scales through from small to large screens with an option to use with or without keyboard and mouse. This means that Windows Experience is creating a device that won’t hold back a user due to its fixed interface.
We can further note some of the other features of Windows 8 in the article reported by Julie Larson-Green, Corporate Vice President of Windows Experience at the Microsoft site. Firstly, the Windows 8 showed to have a fast and full-screen view of apps, by which the launching of apps is going to be better.
Also, the apps will be shown with notifications and updated information from a live tile-based Start screen. It also does a natural switching from between the running apps, which is so convenient to snap and resize an app.
Also, Windows 8 gives freedom by allowing the user to choose whatever kind of device they prefer, to choose their own peripherals and to choose running apps they want.
So far, Windows are yet starting to work on the said new apps for Windows 8 that can set new inspiration to software and hardware developers for both PCs and devices. Furthermore, they are working with the new apps that can give on experience across a variety of PCs by which interface can work specifically from small slates to classroom-sized displays.
The D9 Conference demonstration is not the total presentation of Windows 8, so watch out for more of Windows 8 at BUILD, a developer event that will be held this September in Anaheim, California.