Microsoft has pushed the very first preview of Windows 8 which is much similar to the current Windows 7. The company has revealed the first look of new Windows 8 and its couple of features at The Wall Street Journal’s D9 All Things Digital conference in Rancho Palos, CA.
In an interview with AllThingsD, the new operating system is designed to keep in mind that it should be something that works equal well on both 8-inch tablets as well as on the powerful desktops attached to a large screen displays. “It’s ‘no compromise’ and that’s really important to us,” said Windows President Steven Sinofsky.
The most highlighted thing which you can see that when you start Windows 8, the new interface is based on tiles little bit similar from Windows 7, all the programs which users viewed can be clicked on the tiles with the touch of a finger to launch it.
A new feature called Snap has introduced in the Windows 8 which lets you to pull apps from the side of your screen and display those apps as a compact sidebar. However, In Windows 8, touch feature will be offered in the huge amount of capabilities.
Take a look at the Windows 8 video embedded below.