Windows 8 screenshots are out. We have collected few screenshots of Windows 8 which might not be final because Windows 8 is still in development mode. Windows 8 will be a speedy install, and will take only eight minutes, which is 2.5 times faster than Windows 7 install. Keep in mind that Microsoft is using a fast PC with an eight-core CPU to use Windows 8. Microsoft has expanded Windows 8 System Restore capability. Now Windows 8 is referred to as “Factory Restore,” a hard-reset function that rolls back Windows 8 to its original state in two minutes. Proceed to see Windows 8 screenshots.
Microsoft is experimenting with a ribbon interface for Windows 8, and the leaked screenshots showing examples of an early build are already out. Microsoft Word users have already used ribbon interface, where a tabbed and extra-tall toolbar resides at the top of the page, offering dynamic groups of icons in an attempt to make the user interface more efficient. Ribbon interface was also introduced to applets in Windows 7, including Paint and WordPad. Here are experiments with Windows Explorer (Windows Finder), adding various groups of tabbed ribbons at the top of the window.