Thursday, January 13, 2011

Window 8 : Latest And Hot News About Window 8

Window 7 is one of the best operating system and used all over the world in every PC from the general survey of Windows team they are have calculated that Worldwide 10% of the users are using Window 7 ,And after greater success of window 7 windows team has announced the world wide release of Window 8 which is very awesome news ,According to the team window 8 is totally different concept from the previous OS which make users curious about this OS.
                  
At the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft announced that it would be including support for system-on-a-chip (SoC) and mobile ARM processors in its next version of the Windows operating system, which is expected to be called Mosh. It is anticipated that Windows 8 will be released in 2012 or later.

Window 8 is the hottest topic among all the users throughout the world so i decided to gather some of the best and latest news about window 8 which give you some idea about the Window 8 image shown below:


As their are rumor about name of this OS is that it will not be called as window 8 so many people are curious about knowing the features name of this OS ,Technology blogger Paul Thurrott is reporting that the new OS will feature a tile-based interface called Mosh (presumably because you can dive right in). This won’t be a new mainstream interface however, and will be one specifically for devices such as tablets, slates and other Windows embedded devices. It also sounds initially rather like the custom Windows 7 interface for the ExoPC.Read Real Post


It also heard that Microsoft has just released a press release about the ARM support of their upcoming operating system Windows 8. The press release basically states that Windows 8 will indeed support System on a Chip (SoC) architectures on x86 and ARM architecture. As this fact is already mentioned earlier today in news.Read Real Post


And the rumor of a Windows 8 demo at CES 2011 was quickly taken a backseat as it became clear that Microsoft would demonstrate Windows TV boxes at the convention.

Seattle based online news site Tech Flash is now reporting that Microsoft will indeed give users a glimpse of the Windows 8 operating system at this year’s CES.Read Real Post


Windows 8 Milestone 2 has been compiled by Microsoft according to the website Windows 8 Beta which reported on it on January 1.The information posted basically state that Microsoft has moved to build numbers tarting with 6.2.79xx which indicate Milestone 2 releases. Milestone 1 releases are using the slightly different build number 6.2.78xx.The latest known build was build 7904 which was compiled on December 16. It is likely that Microsoft has moved ahead in the last two weeks.Read Real Post


According to sources close to the development process Windows 8 has finished Milestone 1 and is currently in the Milestone 2 phase. It is projected that the operating system will enter Milestone 3 stage in the first half of 2011 and it is likely that the first beta will be released in the second half of the year 2011.Read Real Post


An italian website window8italia.com, is reporting that Windows 8 will come with two different desktop UI’s for the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. The 64-bit version is said to be fully 3D and will require a minimum of 170MB of dedicated video memory.Codenamed “Wind”, the 3D desktop will be fully dynamic and said to adapt to the users habits.Read Real Post


According to information at RumorPedia, Microsoft might be inclined to add a similar feature to Windows 8. Microsoft apparently considers to sync several kernel files directly with Microsoft Cloud servers. What are the benefits of doing this? It should be obvious that this might make it harder to pirate the operating system.

More importantly though is the ability to update core system files without reboots or user interaction.Read Real Post


While information about Windows 8 remains almost non-existent, blogger Mary-Jo Foley has reported some interesting slides that tend to indicate that windows 8 will feature your “desktop as a service”.So what does this mean? Well it’s a strong pointer towards more virtualisation support for the desktop OS. Already Windows 7 allows you to boot into a VM containing a copy of Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate just as you would book into a normally installed copy of Windows. I’ve done this and you simply cannot tell that you’re working inside a virtual machine.Read Real Post


Steve Ballmer said that Windows 8, or to be more precise, the next release of Windows, would be Microsoft’s riskiest upcoming product when interviewed at the Gartner Symposium. No additional information where given by Mr Ballmer, leaving a lot of people puzzled by the answer.Read Real Post

If you’d ask tech savvy users before that symposium about Microsoft’s riskiest product, it is almost guaranteed that the majority would not have picked Windows 8. They’d probably have picked Windows Phone 7, or Xbox Kinect, or any of the other products that Microsoft is working on.Read Real Post


A recent job search revealed information about a new feature that Microsoft intends to implement in Windows 8. Microsoft Israel’s server and tools business division is looking for a software development engineer for the anywhere access group for a team called NAP (which likely stands for Network Access Protection) . NAP “is currently developing an innovative network security feature for Windows 8 [..] that will [be] part of Windows 8 both on the client side and on .Read Real Post
Source: Window8News

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