Reliance Digital, will launch the exciting new Windows 8 , on 26th October, 2012 at its stores. With dazzling features like touch screen functionalities for tablet users, new refined features that strike a chord with the younger generation and multiple versions of it that makes it compatible even with the conventional desktop PC software, Windows 8 seems to be a game changer in computing technology.
The efforts and objective are visible: Windows is turning out to be a consumer – friendly platform rather than being confined to businesses. News is also that it has acquired Skype that will run in the background, is synched with People Hub, and will enable you to make full screen video calls and conferences while attending a video call. Besides, this will be the first version of Windows that will support both ARM based tablets and traditional x86 PCs built on ARM processors from Intel and AMD. Windows 8 also ushers ‘Charms’, a charming app with manifold features. It is also possible for one to run two windows at the same time flawlessly with ‘Snap Multitasking’ enabling you to resize them or switch between them. Encompassing two soft keywords, an improved traditional keyboard, and one for the non touch typists: a thumbs up keyboard, there is a new dialogue box that allows you to pause, resume and stop every operation that you are about to perform.
Source: Reliance Digital Stores