Windows 8 Technology – a Wider,Broader Window of Technology
What makes windows 8 technology, the new “window” to look through for desktop and mobile computing? It is yet again the intuitive touch interface, which is the “sensorial” connectivity any human can enjoy with a gadget (tablets, PCs, mobile phones and sorts. Windows 8 moves into a space, where the monopoly has been enjoyed by legacy players. What has the latest release from Microsoft got to offer?
As seamless connectivity is the order of the day, let us explore as to how windows 8 has given a new “feel” to the concept of touch-first browsing on any device.
A step further from the windows 7 for phone devices, preserving its strong foundation, windows 8 “starts-up” with a tile-based start screen. Offering an enriched browsing experience through IE 10, all sites position at the center of the windows screen, so that the focal point of browsing/seeking/accessing remains undisturbed. Apart from browsing, other operations done on windows 8 are powered by apps designed as per the Metro style principles. The Metro is more synonymous with giving the user a fast, fluid and a meaningful interface with more emphasis on typography than the chrome user interface, which lays more emphasis on graphics. Thus the apps work more methodically while communicating with each other (be it facebook, flickr, twitter etc) rendering ease and simplicity for the user. Moving through the different layers of synchronization of windows 8 to the fore of seamless connectivity, the OS helps to synchronize the content across all the other devices using the same platform. For instance the content, which is created in a PC with the help of windows 8 technology can be synced through windows live, which disperses the content through the frequently used cloud services (email, contacts, photos, calendar) accessible during every login from anywhere(with the help of windows skydive).
From the developer’s perspective windows 8 features a wide range of apps stores where developers can sell and buy apps worldwide. More so, as the technology offers multilingual (multiple programming languages) features, developers can create codes in the programming language they are comfortable with. And for the gaming experts, the presence of Direct X 11 gaming power gives the double power for an enhanced gaming experience with “fluid-flow” animation. Add to that, the varied hardware support ranging from ARM-based chipsets, x86 devices, touch and sensors , the windows 8 technology is operable across a wide range of devices(tablets, PCS, smartphones etc)
Rising from the strong foundation of windows 7, windows 8 sports an improved windows task manager and other features for better security, privacy and stability and is compatible with all devices operating on windows 7.
The windows 8 technology gives a world-wide view of the technology-wired connectivity and heralds the new age of mobile computing.
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