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Long vu

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  1. 1. Long Vu MIS 304September 29, 2011
  2. 2. OverviewWhat is Windows 8?What are some new features of Windows 8?Availability. Critics and Effects to people’s lives.
  3. 3.  The next generation of Microsoft Windows. An operating system produced by Microsoft. Primarily focuses on TOUCH. Is used for personal computers .
  4. 4. Some new major featuresThe touch factor.Picture Password.New File Copy Confirmation dialog box.Support for USB 3.0Native support for mounting VHD and ISO disc images.Faster boot time.
  5. 5. The touch factor Allow users to use Windows with the touch interface as well as with mouse and keyboard. Allow users to do two things at one by clicking the tiles along the side. Work really fast and fluid to get between your running app.
  6. 6. Windows Explorer Ribbon Allow users to optimize Explorer for file management tasks. Create logical and reliable locations in a streamline experience. Bring back the most relevant and requested features from the Windows XP era.
  7. 7. New File Copy Confirmation Dialog Box It is designed to make life easier. Show individual progress bars when you have multiple copy operations occurring simultaneously. Allow to pause a copy operation, if you want to give preference to another operation.
  8. 8.  Display a new conflict resolution dialog box if a conflict occurs while copying files. Allows users to handle the situation much easier.
  9. 9. Native USB support Still supporting USB 1.0 and USB 2.0 devices. In the meantime, USB 3.0 will offer 10 times faster than USB 2.0 and much better power management.
  10. 10. Other featuresSupporting for mounting VHD and ISO disc images. * Windows Explorer allows users to select an ISO image and accessits contents via a drive letter. * Constantly create a virtual CDROM or DVD drive and assign it tothe next available drive letter to the new removable drive.Faster boot time. * Need only 30-35 seconds to boot the system by hibernating thekernel session instead of shutting it down
  11. 11. Availability Not yet announced in reality. Expected to be available in 2012.
  12. 12. Major Critics and EffectsNot so many major changes in Windows 8, comparing to Windows 7, except for the touch screen option.Mouse and keyboard are practically useless beyond pointing, clicking and typing.Give users the option to use a Windows Live ID but not clear what data and where will be it stored?
  13. 13. Referenceshttp:// www.zdnet.com/blog/igeneration/five-core-criticisms-of-w .http:// www.techrepublic.com/blog/window-on-windows/window .

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