Windows 8 is going to release earlier this June.

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According to Steven Sinofsky; division head of Windows. Windows 8 is going to release earlier this June.

What special feature we can expect from Windows 8?

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Windows 8 is going to release earlier this June.

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This new Windows 8 version is actually released only with its developers preview versions. It is coming only for developers in the earlier of this June. You have to wait some time for its home versions. Here I tell you about this upcoming Window 8's features. That may be interesting for you.

It has a new title based start screen.

new Windows 8 version is actually released only with its developers preview versions

It has HTML 5 and Java script based windows applications.

It has the advantages of touch friendly app's ability.

It will run on any devices.

You can able to snap the windows and can capable to work with multiple programs at the same time.

These are the reliable and interesting features of windows upcoming 8 software developer version.

There's something more about more features about 8 you can hear from any other source. But they are not so proven.

Hope you will enjoy all of this.

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Windows 8 is going to release earlier this June.

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Windows 8 is has three main editions Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, and the tablet-based Windows 8 RT. Here is Microsoft Windows 8 Features:

1. New Metro Tile Interface- Microsoft’s new ‘Metro’ tiled interface – so called because it resembles the simple tiled layouts of many American metro systems. The Metro UI is, in a word, excellent and has been well received in general by Windows Phone 7 and Xbox 360 users. It’s uncluttered, without being overly minimalist and retains a colorful sense of style.

2. Windows Store- Microsoft will be integrating the Windows Store into Windows 8, in a similar way to OS X and the Apple App Store. The Windows Store features the same tiled ‘Metro’ interface as Windows 8 itself, and will include a ‘spotlight’ section for the best apps, as well as a brief overview, full detailed page and user reviews for every app that makes it into the Windows Store.

3. New Login Methods- Windows 8 will still support your old username and password logins, but new options are being introduced as well. Users can login with a four digit PIN code, or via a “picture password”. Via a touch screen or your mouse, you can set your password to comprise a set of simple geometric gestures over a picture of your choosing.

Allegedly, the feature only recognizes very simple gestures such as curves and lines, but either way the results should be unique enough to make this a reasonable login alternative.

4. USB 3.0- USB 3.0 is up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 and helps to improve power management and battery life. It is estimated that by 2015, USB 3.0 will be standard across the board for computer peripherals, but Windows 8 will support this high speed connection on release, as well as supporting the older, slower USB 2.0.

5. Windows Live ID- ’s about time that Windows users could have one login across multiple machines, and Windows 8 is about to make that happen. Anyone with a Windows Live ID can use it to login in on any Windows 8 device (provided it has an internet connection).

6. New Task Manager- Task Manager has been extensively looked over and improved for Windows 8, which surely must be a good thing as it’s probably the most used Windows component behind Explorer).

7. New Explorer- Explorer has been streamlined and… are you seeing a trend here? Microsoft’s analysis show that people only used about 10 of the Explorer’s 200+ commands regularly. As a result, though all of Explorer’s functionality remains intact, the UI has been slimmed down considerably.

8. Easy Restore- System recovery has also been simplified and streamlined for Windows 8, with options being limited to two: “Refresh” and “Reset”. The former preserves your settings, data, and applications bought through the Windows store, whilst the latter is a full system purge and restore but without the reinstallation hassle.

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Windows 8 is going to release earlier this June.

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Windows 8 is the latest version of the operating system its more stylish and more comfortable there has some feature of that

1. New Metro Tile Interface- Microsoft’s new ‘Metro’ tiled interface – so called because it resembles the simple tiled layouts of many American metro systems. The Metro UI is, in a word, excellent and has been well received in general by Windows Phone 7 and Xbox 360 users. It’s uncluttered, without being overly minimalist and retains a colorful sense of style.

2. USB 3.0- USB 3.0 is up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 and helps to improve power management and battery life. It is estimated that by 2015, USB 3.0 will be standard across the board for computer peripherals, but Windows 8 will support this high speed connection on release, as well as supporting the older, slower USB 2.0.

3. Windows Live ID-’s about time that Windows users could have one login across multiple machines, and Windows 8 is about to make that happen. Anyone with a Windows Live ID can use it to login in on any Windows 8 device (provided it has an internet connection).

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