Microsoft Windows 8 Preview Next Week; Built for Tablets

May 27, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As you already know, lots of rumors were already heard on Windows 8. Unlike the earlier ones that spoke about leaked screen shots and the primary built version, the latest info happens to be more solid. The software developer giant is all set to show off the new version as early as next week.

Surprised? More surprises are in the store when the news is about Microsoft. Primary reports suggest that the showcasing might take place at the All Things Digital  conference – scheduled to take place from May 31st to June 2nd.

The new version will be demonstrated on a hardware powered with Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. The focus will be more on the touchscreen user interface of the newly designed OS, apart from its additional features.

The Windows developer seems to have more plans in their ‘to do list’. The Windows 8 platform, tailored for tablet devices, is likely to be demonstrated at Computex 2011 at Taipei. However, don’t think they are going to give you the whole Windows 8 show.

It is just a pointer that they are moving forward to create something for devices other than PCs too. So in a gist, the rumors and leaks on Windows 8 will not subside until next year when the complete version will be outed in its full form. Do you think Windows 8 will make a change in the  tablet market? Let us know.

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