The next days will be busy and exciting as PC manufacturers start to roll out their new ultrabooks with touchscreen feature. The new breed of ultrabooks will be powered by Microsoft Windows 8.
I had the trial version installed in my Acer S3 and it was cool, but since the S3 has no touch screen function, I’d always go back to the classic desktop. It would have been more exciting to use on a touch screen-enabled device. However, the new OS from Microsoft performs well and more faster.
Do not be surprised when you install Windows 8, the classic Start button is permanently gone.
Here’s what the former chief executive and current chairman of Microsoft thinks about Microsoft Windows 8
In the Philippines, WIndows 8 will be officially rolling out after October 26.
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