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Windows 8 Release Version - Pictures - Review

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This version and procedures for new ways to use social technology and message. It is re-shaping of Windows, Windows 8 Release Preview is put up on a solid foundation of Windows 7, Windows security and consistency features you would anticipate, performance is greater. It's sooner, and is suitable for a variety of form factor, especially the new generation touch devices.

 

Windows 8 Release Preview (Release Preview) is a Beta public test version of the accumulate version: Build 8400, users can use it for testing, but should not be used for commercial production and working environment. Use at your own risk.

 

This download might change at any time without providing any perceive, and support Windows 8 of CP / DP, Windows 7, Vista, XP, in a new installation. 

 

Windows 8 that is fully equipped and prepared with the latest tool and tricks also fully furnished like In Windows 8, Microsoft finally introduces mount ISO files. Once mounted, a new drive letter appears in Windows Explorer that represents the virtual CD/DVD ROM.

 

microsoft is taking a very risky step in making the new Metro UI the default view of the new OS, but it's also much more comfortable to use either with touch or a pen.

 

Microsoft is taking a very risky step in making the new Metro UI the default view of the new OS, but it's also much more comfortable to use either with touch or a pen.

 

Microsoft is taking a very risky step in making the new Metro UI the default view of the new OS, but it's also much more comfortable to use either with touch or a pen.

 

The new Windows to go feature in Windows 8 Enterprise will allow you put a clean install or an existing Windows 8 image onto a 32GB or higher USB thumb drive or a portable drive and boot it from another PC. This is similar to what you might have seen with Linux distributions running from a live CD or a USB drive. Although booting up a Windows to go drive is officially supported only on PCs certified for Windows 7 and later, it might also work on PCs running Windows XP and Vista.

 

 

 

Windows 8 has been urbanized with the Touchscreen expertise. Microsoft still wants to make a better utilize of the upcoming Metro UI as the future option.

 

 

Good:

 

Installing and modernize all apps from the Store is pleasingly easy.

Safer than running third-party installers for desktop apps

The progression of obtain music or renting a video is parallel to what we have before now seen from Apple, Amazon and Google.

 

Modern UI distractions there are a big and striking vision. 

Convey together cloud, PC, tablet, Xbox and Windows Phone so that you’re content exists crosswise all campaign.

 

Log-in and boot times are fast
 
The apps look stunning
 
Sync feature brings seamless transition between devices
 
Bad: 
 
 
The learning bend is sheer and in-app navigation isn't palpable. There are just too many known unknowns here.
 
 
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Speedy Boot Time:
 
 

 

 

 

Innovative & Dynamic Desktop:

 

 

 

Improved Search Function:

 

 

 

Windows To Go:

 

 

 

Windows Live Syncing:

 

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