Introduction To Windows 8 ( My First Ever Presentation In University )
Our definitive look at the latest version of Windows
Safety and Security
Modern UI Apps
Advantages & Drawbacks
Windows 8 is a personal computer operating system
developed by Microsoft.
Development of Windows 8 started before the release
of its predecessor, Windows 7, in 2009.
It was announced in 2011,and followed by the
release of three pre-release versions from September
2011 to May 2012.
The operating system was released to
manufacturing on August 1, 2012, and was released
for general availability on October 26, 2012.
GB or GB
Keyboard and mouse and A multi-touch display
New Lock Screen
New Start Screen
Full Screen Apps
Data Syncing From Cloud
Share From Where You Are
Family Safety Settings
Data & Device Security
Side By Side Apps
The Amazing Photo App
Bing Search App
Apps In The Store
Windows 8 is the basic edition of Windows for the
x32 and x64 architectures.
2) This edition contains features aimed at the home
market segment and provides all of the basic new
Windows 8 features
Windows 8 Pro is comparable to Windows 7
Professional and Ultimate and is targeted towards
enthusiasts and business users.
Additional features include the ability to receive
Remote Desktop connections.
The ability to participate in a Windows Server
Encrypting File System Windows Media Center
functionality will be available only for Windows 8
Pro as a separate software package.
Windows 8 Enterprise provides all the features in
Windows 8 Pro (except the ability to install the
Windows Media Center add-on
This edition is available to Software Assurance
customers, as well as MSDN and Technet
Professional subscribers, and was released on August
Windows RT is only available pre-installed on
ARM-based devices such as tablet PCs.
It includes touch-optimized desktop versions of the
basic set of Office 2013 applications to user
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
Several business-focused features such as Group
Policy and domain support are not included.
Optimized for the touch screen. Interface Metro
is really optimized for touch interface with
Windows Phone style form.
Boot time is short. Boot Windows 8 in the demo
only lasts 8 seconds. A much shorter time
compared to earlier versions of Windows
Windows 8 does not require a PC
upgrade. Microsoft says a computer that can run
Windows 7 can also run Windows 8 so that the
users do not need to upgrade your PC.
Windows Store app store. Windows Store
provides a wide range of applications that are
optimized for Windows 8.
There is no option to turn tiles into icons. The smallest size of
the tiles, zoom is still too big. When will we install a lot of
applications then Metro would look garbled screen.
It is difficult to move between screens. The absence of such a
function Alt-Tab while working with the desktop and keyboard.
In Windows 8 Metro UI we can not use the pointer or the finder
to put the screen on the left side and drag. Problems will arise
when we are working with many applications.
Metro is able to work well on tablets but the UI is not very
compatible when used on the desktop.
Microsoft needs to provide kill-switch to turn off the Metro UI.
Apparently Microsoft Windows 8 can not support Flash content
on Tablet PC. The reason Microsoft is doing this is to save
battery Tablet but it can enhance security as well.
Windows 8 is faster & you'll notice the difference on
older PCs as much as on new machines. Battery life
improves enough to be noticeable and it's significantly
Features Storage Space,File History, or the new
Windows Explorer, or better multi monitor support.
Picture Password is a great compromise(and yes, it
works with a mouse as well as a touchscreen).
The charm bar, especially the handy icons on the
Setting bar, put most of the tools you actually use to
manage your PC at your fingertips
Windows Store, that's going to make finding desktop
apps easier as well as supplying all the games, Twitter
clients, feed readers and tablet apps you could want.