Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows 8 is yet to come officially in the market few weeks from now and everyone seem excited about it! Pre-sales of the OS actually started already (we’ll share later how much upgrading to Windows 8 will cost you) and Major computer manufacturing companies likewise started rolling out new units of their PCs already running Windows 8.
The most recent PC release of which include the Samsung’s hybrid ultrabooks and Sony’s Vaio Duo 11 which already reached the Philippine shore earlier this October.
It is quite incredible how Windows 8 changed the aspect of PC hardware in terms of design and portability. As you can see from the above photo, Sony Vaio Duo 11 is a hybrid of PC and tablet where Windows 8 can perform well in either of the two environment. I commend Sony’s excellent design for this hybrid computer and I’m seeing the future with more PCs in the market that are inspired by Sony’s design.
With much anticipation, a friend of mine on Facebook shared to me some of his experience of using this highly intuitive operating system. Check out the screen grabs in the Storify below.
Because Windows 8 is very much adaptable (which means it can run in a wide array hardware platforms) it will surely open more possibilities most particularly in of software, utilities and apps development.
Do you also anticipate a better computing experience with the upcoming Windows 8 or still happy with your current operating system? Leave us a comment below about your thoughts and opinions.
Last modified: October 16, 2012