Windows 8 is not even out nonetheless and malware is witout a question showing up specifically to target Microsoft’s newest running system.
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For Windows 8, Microsoft is a preparing a new way to log in to tablet PCs by letting users perform gestures on the screen instead of typing in letters and numbers.
Half a million copies of Windows 8—and probably more than that by now—are officially in the wild, says Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
Ben Bajarin could be the Director of Consumer Technology evaluation and evaluation at Creative Strategies, Inc, a technology marketplace evaluation and marketplace intelligence firm located in Silicon Valley.
We’ve known for almost a year that Microsoft is building facial recognition technology into Windows 8, potentially offering a more secure (and fun) way to log into your computer.
Microsoft’s been pushing tablet computers for the best part of a decade, so you can imagine how happy the iPad’s success makes them.
Windows 8 coming in 2012, says Ballmer. Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer has confirmed that the company’s next-generation systems will be out in 2012 and, in doing so, referred to the software as “Windows 8″ for the first time.
What does Microsoft have up its sleeve for Windows 8? Details are scant, but for the first time since Microsoft released Windows 7 (July 2009) proof Microsoft is busy prepping its next OS is surfacing on the Web.
While Microsoft prepares Windows 8 for the tablet wars, it’s also reportedly taking a page from Mac OS X with a feature called “History Vault.”
Windows 8 looks set to offer users the option to store a copy of their operating system on a USB stick and boot it up on different PCs.