Saying Goodbye To Windows 8 and Welcome to Windows 9

Wednesday, August 13, 2014 0 comments
Windows 9 Leaked

Now we are able to understand what’s next in Windows, after the most recent leaks involving the Charms Bar and introduced will be scaled back in next Windows build by Microsoft.
Windows 9, aka Threshold is not too far away from now, first build is expected for release in the first half of 2015.
If Windows 8 was a dramatic lurch towards mobile computing specially on the tablets, Windows 9 appears to be the heading for a more equitable balance between desktop muscle and the mobile capability, which fits into larger picture of the Computer Environment, where the PCs are stabilizing after a difficult period the tablet growth is cooling.
Microsoft needs to be ensure about desktop-facing operating system which manager to support the demand of desktop-focused PCs that is still large. We really didn’t meant that the Microsoft’s ‘One Windows’ strategy can abandon the tablets, but it mean that their it need more focus.
Windows 8.1, was a part of Microsoft’s work to make Windows 8 more better desktop operating system. A partially-numbered Windows update can only be so radical — Windows 9 has more latitude to enact change.
Ideas such as removing the Charms Bar, bringing back of the Start Menu and addition of multiple desktops are picking positive responses from community.
“So back to the desktop? Not entirely. Microsoft isn't backing down from the Windows Store. It isn't abandoning the Start Screen. Live Tiles do not appear to be going anywhere, on Windows or Windows Phone. Instead the company seems to be at once focusing on providing a Windows 7-quality desktop experience in Windows, while also tying that desktop life to its new mobile-friendly interface, and apps. ”
That’s why it’s widely expected that Metro apps will be able to run in a windowed-fashion on the desktop in Windows 9, better bringing the Windows Store into the most popular side of Windows. Microsoft did in fact promise this in the future.
Windows 7 managed to get past Vista’s reputation. Perhaps Windows 9 can repeat the feat.


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