Friday, June 1, 2012
Posted by Richard Chao in "Digital Home Software" @ 09:31 AM
"It's a bold attempt to build an Apple-proof operating system with modern visual elements via the risky Metro design language. It's a salvo in the war for tablet relevance. It insists that touchscreens matter, and it sets the stage for upcoming versions of Windows Mobile."
Windows 8 is one of the biggest changes to Microsoft's operating system to date. The Release Preview was made available for download yesterday. To help you decide is you should make the jump to Windows 8, CNet Asia has published their review of the Release Preview. If you have a spare computer or are daring, download the Release Preview and install it. I've been running Windows 8 since the Developers' Preview and it's been pretty solid for me.