Some Windows 8 Features You May Know

As we all know, the Microsoft Corporation is releasing its new operating system — Windows 8 on 26th October, 2012 worldwide. This could be an excellent show for the windows fan on the Windows 8 release date.

I remembered that last time when Microsoft published its Windows 7, many people gave praise to it and agreed that windows 7 system is better than Windows XP. With the development of society and technology, maybe some persons still use the old Windows XP operating system, but it can’t stop the update of Microsoft. Microsoft hasn’t even released their new Windows software, but it is already getting a lot of heat from analysts and customers waiting for Windows 8 tablets.

According to ComputerWorld, the users are five times less likely to run the new operating system than they were Win 7. However analysts do not trust this will occur. Anyway, there are a lot of features you may know about Windows 8 because it stands for the newest and best work of Microsoft so far. Therefore, I list some of Windows 8 features you may not know about Windows 8 here, and actually nearly all of them are collected from the Internet.

1. Improved Battery Backup and Fast Startup
Windows 8 powered PCs are designed to boot up very fast as compared to any other OS and even you can manage your startups by opening task manager in Windows 8. Better Power management in Windows 8 allows it to consume very less power as compared to earlier version of Windows, it provides more battery backup and keeps you up for more time.

2. Easy Windows 8 Updates
Windows 8 is designed to receive updates just like any other mobile OS have. You can update your Tablet just by getting connected to Wi-Fi network. The new updates will bring OS updates, app update, and new features directly to your Windows 8 device.

3. Windows Store Apps
The Windows 8 metro apps work just like the mobile apps but with full computer software functionalities. Right now Microsoft has bundled 11 apps with Windows 8 RTM which actually brings all your social web, maps, mail and news requirements right on your device desktop.

4. File Explorer
It is formally known as Windows Explorer, now includes a ribbon. File operation dialogs have been updated to provide more detailed statistics, the ability to pause file transfers, and improvements in the ability to manage conflicts when copying files. You can now do more with your files in Windows 8.

PS:  To help you maintain the safety of Windows 8 account.  Ainorsoft Windows Password Recovery enables you to recover lost or forgotten password for Windows 8 as well as Windows Seven.  It is easy-to-use yet powerful functions are highly recommended by the users all around the world.

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