We’ve learnt that Microsoft is going to make Windows 8 much more tablet friendly. Back at CES 2011 in Las Vegas, Microsoft CEO announced that Windows 8 will bring support for ARM based devices. Basically, that meant that we shall definitely see Windows 8 tablets cropping up sometime next year. Now a couple of days back, we had another Windows 8 build leak. This time Windows 8 build 7955 has been leaked. People are reporting new findings as soon as they uncover them and one such finding that we’re going to show here, is the greatly optimized touch based Metro UI settings of Windows 8.
In the video that has been embedded below, you can see how touch optimized Windows 8 is going to be, or at least the version that will debut on ARM based tablets. See how the UI settings are controlled via touch gestures on the impressive Metro UI and be sure to expect some really cool Windows 8 running tablets in the near future.
Video embedded below:
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