Computer market quickly shifting from destops to tablets, Microsoft's decision to exceed the original Windows opretating user interface and change the tile-centric user interface customized for the Tablet PC is the logical sense of its new operating system, Windows 8.
Despite this tablet centred progress ,tech-giant announced this week that the new OS, with a launch date has not yet been published (probably in 2012), is designed to run on desktop or laptop PC or tablet, and it would also be able to return to the classic interface if it is to be preferred.
Doubt that this new tablet-centered applications and the operating system that would help undermine the implementation of key programs such as Microsoft Excel and Word ubiquitous been resolved when Microsoft provides the operational capability of trusted systems.
Sarah Rotman Epps, an analyst at Forrester Consumer Products, commented on Windows 8 new features, saying: "He has the markers of a product of post-PC: Windows ARMs have a more ubiquitous computing and casual, first hit make Windows more intimate and physical."
In the future with the launch of Windows 8 supporting tablets, Microsoft plans to trade in tablet market is currently dominated by Apple with a minimum of 70 percent market share.