Tue Apr 02, 2013 15:53
There are busy at Microsoft these days. Windows 8 is just beginning to appear among users, and the touch screens that Windows 8 is made for, is only slowly coming out of the laptops.
But Microsoft is already working on Windows 9th We know this because a version of the next version of Windows has been leaked online under the codename Windows Blue.
More Start screen
Windows Blue rates even more on the touch-friendly Start screen than Windows 8, and judging from Blue, Windows will slowly more and more based on this screen than on the virtual desktop, we have been accustomed to for over twenty years .
It can, among other things, on the way, Blue handle settings. Normally occurs almost all changes to Windows settings via the control panel, which can be out on the desktop in Windows 8 to get in. There are only limited options from the Start screen.
But Blue is much more of the options, you usually must go into the control panel to change, laid out in the Start interface with the various apps. These accessed in Windows 8 via Live Tiles, which are the living icons, located in the Start screen.
Microsoft confirms Blue
These have also been overhauled. Inspired by Windows Phone system, there are now many more options to customize your home screen to themselves. Live Tiles now come in various sizes and colors of them can also be changed to a greater extent.
Apps can in Windows Blue share the screen in half with 50 percent screen space to each. In Windows 8, you can drag an app a piece onto the screen while using another app, but the first gets less space than the other.
Microsoft has acknowledged the authenticity of the leaked version. It happened while they convened developer conference Build 2013 this summer in San Francisco. At the same time more or less confirmed Microsoft that Blue was a code name. In other words, it is far more likely that the final version will be called Windows ninth
But until then it is called Windows Blue, and this version is expected to come out in a so-called 'Preview' version for developers and curious souls during the next month.
source MORTEN BAY, LOS ANGELES 28 march 2013 tranlated
I hope that 9 is better than 8, I dont want to start arguing the merits or the lack of them in win.8, im running 7 still but to be honest I liked XP-Pro better than seven but technology like time moves on and we gotta move with it or start chiseling stone tablets again, anyone know where all the so-called visuals that were supposed to be the hi-lights of win. 7 are? I cant seem to find em LOL. anyhow heres to win 9 please be better than your predecessors!!!
Wed Apr 03, 2013 01:41
I'm still not convinced about Windows 8,let alone 9.They really should slow down a bit and focus on the newly released OS for bugs and updates.I've gotta stick with 7,it's still the better in my opinion.