Why you should I upgrade to windows 8?

By Mohd Aktar on Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Introduction about the start screen of windows 8:

start screen of windows 8

Let's talk about the different start screen. At the first people had some misunderstanding on this screen.  But when they realized that windows 8 start screen just replaces the old version of the start menu, and then they're reluctant to move towards windows 8 get nullified.  The start screen is plain, flat and simple; Rather its design makes it so easier to use or navigate it. Either you use touch pad, tablet or a simple scroll wheel of the mouse, basically whatever you need about the managing applications and software is very easy and smooth and if you still a die hard fan of old start menu tab, then you can simply right click at the lower left portion to go on start menu.

Couple of small improvements on the desktop make many computing issues easier to perform.
Pull down the file menu to see the list of frequently visited places. Click on the home menu to find a pop-down strip of commonly used commands, if you need the control panel, then just navigate your mouse to the lower left portion and right click or you can press windows-X and your most favorite simple start menu appears with oftenly used desktop commands and most important you can find the application by just typing its name in the search option.

Hidden tools:

 The biggest evolutions to windows 8 are the hidden tools. The new graphics subsystems are given direct access to go through all texts and windows, which makes the operating system so responsive that you can move windows or scroll via the start screen.  Internet explorer 10 and MS office 2013 also work faster than before.  The graphic subsystem also suits for the 3D acceleration on tablets and windows 8 phone.
 Both printing and printer handling work is extremely better, because Windows 8 can run lots of similar printers on only one printer driver; so the most ridiculous thing to keep a list or track of all the drivers get vanished.


 The new storage space applications allow us to create superfluous storage from drives of different sizes that may be linked to different interfaces, and the new storage pools secure their data from failures of drives.  File history, another storage-related characteristics, makes it simple to perform backups.

Yet another remarkable improvement has been MS’s upgrade system refresh ability, which helps you to restore an OS at its almost-clean-install level after badly written application caused harm to it while restoring all of your files and the settings. Moreover, if you want to work through the command prompt, you may customize what the refresh system saves and what it deletes.

Windows 8's updated system refresh gives you the access to customize your image-restore settings to fulfill  your needs.


 Windows 8 gives you a very true ten-point multi touch that works really well. Skeptical PC users may know about the Microsoft Tablet PC efforts that were uneasy to work with but Windows 8 is a different thing altogether. Touch is an essential part of the experience, not a regular afterthought.


 The capability to navigate through a phone or tablet in a similar way you would through a laptop or desktop PC makes your computing life very much easier. Having a common applications  ecosystem which is capable to run on PCs, tablets, and even phones bring Microsoft into the second decade of the 21st century.  Windows 8 concludes new different features, with native USB 3.0 and full 4K newly advanced support, Microsoft account integration, Windows Store, the capability to boot from USB Flash drives with Windows to run, and simpler system restore features, among all others.

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