decades. All in all, Windows 8 is a evolution in itself – even more so than Apple’s iPad or various touchscreen devices. Users will be able to use a friendly touchscreen display, enjoy a gaming experience like no other or even share their family photos in a quick, and easy manner. In order to truly experience Windows 8 we will need to [unfortunately] wait until 2012, but the anticipation is worth it. What will [Microsoft] come up with next?]]>
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