Microsoft’s Windows 8 makes a strong first impression

London (Keydmedia) - You won't typically read about a product in this column many months ahead of its presumed launch. But when that product, however early, is the next version of Windows — and so radically different from the familiar operating system software used by a billion people each day — it's never too soon to take an inside look
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Microsoft unveiled the developer preview version of Windows 8, the code name for its latest operating system, this week at its Build conference here. Though it is way too premature for Microsoft to announce specifics on pricing or availability for Windows 8, I was provided a Samsung test tablet computer loaded with Windows 8, and the touch-friendly software got me jazzed. Even as a fan of Windows 7, I can

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