Windows 8 more adaptable and more secure
A few days ago, some media have been leaked the information about the greatness of Windows new family which is Microsoft Windows 8 (beta version). Among them there are talk regarding some of the reliability features held by these windows 8.
And the good news is Windows 8 will be presented in the near future. Mike Angiulo confirmed at Computex 2011 that Windows 8 will use OEM Activation 3.0 instead Windows 7 OEM activation 2.1. This will make windows 8 more difficult to crack because it uses the OEM Activation 3.0.
Windows 8 will be distributed in several variants that applying either 32 bit or 64 bit technology. Designed from the use of home-based desktop, business, company, laptops, netbooks, servers, media center PCs, and Tablet PC
What’s New Features on Windows 8?
When we talk about the technology, although Windows 8 still based on Windows 7 core engine but the latest version will bring so many changes. In fact, this new family will be developing more too mobile uses such us Tablet PC OS. “Windows 8 is designed to run on multiple machines because it has the same system requirements are even lower than Windows 7,” said Michael Angiulo from Microsoft.
This is certainly good news for those who already use Windows 7 that want to upgrade to 8 version. Even in terms of compatibility, Windows 8 will also be able to run almost all applications based on windows 7, so I think the process of adaptation will not be difficult for its users.
Windows 8 itself was designed not only to computers only, but also focused and well developed for mobile devices such as tablet PCs. Even in its design interface, The Graphic User Interface (GUI) are very similar to Windows Phone 7 yet has a navigate touch screen optimization in particular.
Windows 8 GUI Interface
In addition, the appearance of the windows 8 Log on screen is also has big changes. In addition, besides showing the log on form, usual button such as Shutdown, Restart, Sleep, there is also the time, date and the background image that can be changed as your desired.
The beauty of ribbon UI in Microsoft Office 2007 will also be applied almost innate in most Windows programs, including Windows Explorer. The use of the UI Ribbon will allow users perceived as arrayed in a logical tab so that the function and the menu is more visible.
Technically, the hardware requirements for the latest windows are the same as windows 7 requirements. Windows 8 is also designed for 16:9 screen resolutions and can display from 1366×768 to 1024×600 pixels resolution and works well in almost all VGA cards. This is suitable for desktop and mobile device specifications. And Microsoft also announced that Windows 8 will support for SoC (System-on-a-chip) and ARM Processors to support mobile devices.