Interesting post over at ZDnet today.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is asking for feedback on Windows 8.
The post is titled ” What would you like to see in Windows 8?”
Here is his list:
- Custom installer that has the ability to set up the OS on one drive and store data and settings on another.
- An end to 16/32-bit support (or at least a version that is pure 64-bit only).
- Proper touch/tablet support. Not just a theme but a new API that developers can tap into to make applications compatible for both desktop/notebook and tablet usage.
- Rebootless update mechanism.
- Microsoft Security Essentials included as standard.
- Multi-display support for the taskbar.
- Built-in .ISO support for image files.
- Better support for compressed files (more than just ZIP files!)
What would you like to see in Windows 8?