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Windows 8 introduction

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Presentation on Windows 8 features, version, security, aesthetics, framework, compatibility, arm version, differences between different versions, “scanning, source control”, performance; made in Dynamsoft; (Multimedia, Recommended to Download then View)

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Windows 8 introduction

  1. 1. Windows 8 IntroductionFeatures, Security, AestheticsVivian & George27 April 2012Dynamsoft TM
  2. 2. See Windows 8 inAction
  3. 3. Windows 8 Inside
  4. 4. iAD
  5. 5. Windows 8 AestheticsMetro UI
  6. 6. Windows 8 Metro UIOriginationbased on the design principles of classic Swissgraphic design -“cleanliness, readability, objectivity”People were seeking a different butstraightforward design to communicate
  7. 7. Microsoft Windows 8Customer Preview – Version 6.2.8250*Windows 7 – Ver. 6.1Windows Server 2008 – Ver. 6.1Windows Vista – Ver. 6.0Windows Server 2003 – Ver. 5.2Windows XP – Ver. 5.1Windows 2000 – Ver. 5.0…
  8. 8. Features New to Win 8
  9. 9. Shell and UserInterfaceMetro style user interfaceNew logon methods (pin, picture password)New taskbarWindows explorerTask manager…
  10. 10. Features New to Win 8New easy re-installation methodWindows Live ID integrationWindows To Go – boot on USBStorage Spaces – storage poolUSB 3.0 – 5 GB/sWindows StoreSupport ARMXbox LiveWin RTIE 10…
  11. 11. Microsoft WindowsEIGHT from chipset to user experienceReimaginedIntel, AMD, ARMx86, x64, ARM
  12. 12. Windows 8FrameworkWinRT: Windows Runtime
  13. 13. Win 32 Development
  14. 14. One Lib for AllPlatform x64, armWinmd lib -> x86,Windows 7 -> Windows 8.Net framework -> WinRT
  15. 15. Software CompatibilityWin 8 for x86/64 same with Win 7Win 8 for ARM: Metro apps, the included
  16. 16. Windows 8 SecurityRevamped Windows DefenderSmart Screen TechnologyBoot Time Defender: UEFI, ELAM, TPMRemote Attestation
  17. 17. Thank you!
  18. 18. Screw yooooou guys, I’m going to Mac.

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