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Windows 8 will come with some new attractive features, such as- Advanced touch screen input, windows stores (online application store) metro style, Picture password or face recognition, multiple desktop, improved taskbar, boot security etc.
One thing I would like to see Win 8 being able to do is something they do in the film Avatar in one scene a scientist is looking at a scan image on his computer terminal, he slides the image off his computer screen with his hand and it re-appears on his tablet computer. If you have two devices running win8 and you could do that it would be nice (probably would be useful in large office environments)
Skip to about 1:18 in the clip and you’ll see what I mean
I personally if I can will not even consider migrating over to win8 until it gets its first service pack release and there are no major bugs as a result of that service pack
i wanted to ask something about win8 - in the apps store of apple i have my ipad, there is something called “win8 testbad” - they want for that app 10$.
what is it exactly? some beta version? is it worth it?
What I’m looking for in Windows 8 is an operating system that has a lot less system file space requirement. I find it sad to look at my main hard disk’s free space just after installing Win 7 Pro on my laptop.