Microsoft Brings Windows 8 Demo Video At CES 2012
As you know that BlueStack brings over 400000 Android apps to the Windows 8. While the Microsoft to bring its Windows 8 along with support for both ARM and X86 (Intel and AMD) architectures and will deliver a similar experience on all devices; that’s what Microsoft’s expecting from us to believe.
Tami Reller, chief marketing officer of Windows at CES provided a demonstration of the most important features that Windows 8 to sport. While the Touchscreen support was one of them. The platform is meant to be loaded on Tablet PCs when released to the public, and will be the first Windows client sporting this feature.
As wrote above that Windows 8 will bring support for the ARM and x86 Intel and AMD.
At CES 2012, the platform was also demoed both the ARM, using a prototype device running an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor as well as using the same on x86 Samsung device that was showcased at BUILD.
Some of the major features are also revealed including the Lock scree,, Picture password, Start screen, Charms, the Windows Store, Metro-style applications. These can be installed in all Windows 8-based tablet PCs, and some supported Desktop PCs as well.
Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc notes in a recent blog post that Windows 8 has a lot more to offer than what was already showcased, and that we’ll simply have to wait for it to reach new milestones to learn more on the matter.
Have a look at the Windows 8 presentation that Tami Reller delivered at CES 2012 via the video embedded below:
Windows 8 is on its way to reach a beta state in late February 2012, and to grab more information on what would be the final release date, stay tuned with us at Grabi.org.
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