The term "reimagine" is used to describe Windows 8, which is used to describe the new Windows 8 meaning of new Windows 8 with a new look, a new addition to the support of the ARM architecture, The new splash screen and a new Metro interface for tablet services and applications for it.
The introduction of Windows 8, which is now just a preview, allows Windows users to interact well with anything that can be called a PC, a tablet, a laptop, or a traditional desktop computer. Windows 8 supports the new ARM architecture offering, along with a new Metro interface that provides new features for home users and business users, as well as new platforms for developers. And Microsoft is also promising that the new Windows 8 can run any program that can run on Windows 7.
The release date for the official version of Windows 8, how many versions it will have, is beyond anyone's certainty, but now we can look at the big changes in Windows 8 with the preview.
The biggest intuitive change in the splash screen
The new Start menu is the core of Windows 8. Earlier, Microsoft had rushed to apply the new interface to Zune and Windows Phone 7. But importantly, the Metro interface is not simply a two-time presence in Windows 8, or a tablet-specific interface, but rather a genuine integration of new interface layouts and touch gestures into the new system.
When you start a computer device loaded with Windows 8, you will see a nice big lock screen that displays time, date, and some notification icons. After landing will enter the Metro interface. There are five navigation on the right edge of the screen, search, share, start, device, and settings, respectively. On the left edge, you can choose the application you need by touching and flipping
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