Windows 8 appears some similar to Windows Phone 7. Microsoft illustrated the next edition of its operating system at the All Things D conference on an archetype touch-screen tablet with laptops with a keyboard and mouse.
The latest Windows is a lot prettier than its well-known precursor. The touch interface is based on customizable live tiles same of what Microsoft has on its smartphones. The latest start screen changes the start button, tiles and taskbar each Windows user has lived with. That further recognizable-looking Windows obviously is not gone for fine though, tap a desktop icon for an Office . . . → Read More: A Sneak Peek to Microsoft’s Windows 8