Windows 8 Download
In September 13, 2011 Windows 8 Developer Preview was released. On 29 February 2012, Microsoft released Windows 8 Consumer Preview. On May 31, 2012, Windows 8 Release Preview was released to the public by Microsoft. The release to manufacturing (RTM) is expected in August 2012 although Windows 8 will be available to users in October.
Windows 8 release preview is smoother and more responsive. Apps snap opening, and switching between apps is immediate. The People and Photos hubs integrate with multiple social services e.g. Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Flickr. You can save photos locally from Facebook or Flickr in the Photos hub. Everything is big, bright, smooth and beautiful in Windows 8 release preview. Windows 8 Release Preview supports Flash plugin in Metro Style Internet Explorer 10 Application. Three new Metro-style applications e.g. Sports, Travel, and News have been added.
I think the change is great. Doesn’t matter if we have to search for apps, things or options on new Windows but it will add interest in the new Windows. People claim, now its hard to find options to do stuff in Windows 8. I think its fun to explore and try new things at Windows 8. Anyways here it is for you. From below you can check compatibility of your devices and software with Windows 8 release preview, read requirements, and install instructions are given as well. Download Windows 8 release preview which is more stable, smoother, bring few new features and more. Windows 8 license key is also given below.
Windows 8 confidential document about planning, and development cycle has leaked. We can expect Windows 8 launch late in 2011 or in early 2012. A recently leaked Windows 8 product cycle chart provides the answers needed to determine the release date of the Windows 8 operating system by Microsoft.
Windows 8 provides lots of new features along with a newly designed interface. It looks very similar to Windows Vista and Windows 7 (Great combination) but there are many GUI changes like redesigned taskbar, Explorer, new boot screen and login screen, etc. Windows 8 is yet in development phase but we have got its skin to use at Windows Vista or Windows 7 to make OS look like Windows 8.
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.