New Microsoft Video Chronicles on How Windows 8 was Built

How Windows 8 was Built: New Video Available at eMazzanti Technologies - A new Microsoft video chronicles the building of the new Windows 8 operating system showcasing the new user interface

If seeing is believing, the beta version of Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system may just make a believer…and a buyer out of you when it goes on sale next year. A new Microsoft video gives users a visual glimpse into what makes Windows 8 sizzle and why it may be something a small business should consider migrating to.
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“A video of the new Windows 8 beta is quite impressive,” observed Jennifer Mazzanti, president of eMazzanti Technologies, a premiere computer IT guru serving the Hoboken, New Jersey and New York City areas for over 10 years. “Microsoft talks about the new offering as reimagining the OS and so far it doesn’t disappoint.”

Jensen Harris, director of product management, Windows User Experience, explains in the Windows 8 video about the inspiration for the design features, the new Start screen and the personalized, mosaic tile UI that is incorporated throughout the OS.

“Windows 8 is designed to touch and allow users to move really fast and fluidly between applications,” noted Harris.

Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) is also demonstrated using simple finger navigation.

One of the most innovative features is the thumb keyboard. Standard on-screen keyboards require users to move into the middle of the screen to type, often an awkward maneuver. The alternative thumb keyboard is split to the left and right sides of the screen. The thumb is used to type as the screen is held in two hands.

Another hallmark of Windows 8 is its ability to function across many shapes and sizes of devices. Support for ARM-based chipsets, x86 (as well as x32 and x64) devices, touch and sensors means Windows 8 works beautifully across a spectrum of devices, from 10-inch tablets and laptops to all-in-ones with 27-inch high-definition screens. [Video Demo][Source]

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