An idea of touch oriented Windows OS, which came into minds long time back can now be seen reaching the reality, with Microsoft’s all new Windows 8 Operating System. While we have already reviewed the OS in the past, and have got our hands on the Consumer and Developer preview as well, we are now eagerly waiting for the official full version of Windows 8 to hit the international market. The date is now confirmed. October 26 ‘2012 will mark the beginning of a new era of super computers, which know what you want, and what you want to do, and are much more user friendly than any of the present day OS, and best part, all happens with a single touch.
Yes, the Windows 8 is a touch oriented operating system, and the first to introduce a Tile-type start screen rather than usual Desktop on login. It backs up your data on the cloud, so when you switch computers, or re-install Windows, all your settings and configurations are applied to the new setup just by simply logging in to your Windows Live Account.
This was just one of the in-numerous features the Windows 8 brings, and for sure, Windows 8 will be the most advanced OS in the history of Microsoft’s softwares and programs. This is not all! With the launch of Windows 8 OS, we are also expecting Microsoft to launch its Surface tablet for general public. Surface is for sure one of the best present day tablet cum PCs and anything more will only be concluded once it is released in the market.
After seeding developer editions of Windows 8 for quite a long time now, Microsoft is all set to unveil Windows 8 OS on October 26 ‘2012. Recently, Microsoft released a preview of Microsoft Office 2013, which brings an altogether cloud experience of Microsoft Office. If you own an original copy of Windows 7 or Windows Vista on your computer, you can buy the Windows 8 upgrade at a price of $39.99 when the OS hits international markets. However, a hard-copy of the Windows 8 OS will cost you around $69.99.
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