Pedro Trebbau Lopez.
October 26, 2012 is the big day for Microsoft which is releasing its new version of the Windows operative system, now known as Windows 8. As expected, Windows 8 is introducing a range of new characteristics that, they hope, will allure the established users of the Microsoft software and also gain adepts among the fans of other systems, namely Mac.
One of the outstanding new elements and most controverted also is the facelift that the start page is getting, since the -until now- traditional Start Button is eliminated in favor of a newer start interface. This interface is based on the Metro Design Language, favored by Microsoft for this purpose.
Some critics have said that the learning curve for this new version will be steeper than the one between prior version of the operative system, which may cause that new user might be reluctant to migrate to Windows 8.
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