Windows 8 is recently a roaring thunder for all Microsoft fans. With this upcoming update everyone is wondering how they might deal with the recent Windows 7.
Well, there was a very good news delivered by the Windows VP and CFO, Tami Reller at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles.
Reller stated that Windows 8 is going to be the real re-imagining of Windows, of which it can be all fine with touch displays, keyboards or traditional mouse, but it will be powered by the Internet Explorer 10 (IE10).
However, the most joyful part of the announcement is that all Windows 7 PCs will receive an upgrade to Windows 8 perhaps next year.
This is for the reason that Windows XP is still commonly used worldwide.
This means that the user will be left with no option but to switch to Windows 7, if they really wanted an update to the next generation Windows 8.
So from here, we can say that Microsoft’s intention is really to convince the XP users to turn to Windows 7.
Furthermore, the users were reminded that to run Windows 7, there must be at least 1GHz processor, a RAM of 1GB, 16 available disk space and DirectX 9 graphics for your PC.
This current update is surprisingly not a usual move from Microsoft. However, it may be due to the stiff competition with rivals and users unsatisfied sentiments are two forcing factors for this software upgrade. Apparently, the new browser platform preview is now readily available for download.