Microsoft Launches Windows 8 OS
Microsoft is launching the newest version of its Windows operating system, and the new software is designed with a social, more mobile emphasis. The update is designed to make desktop and laptop computers work more like tablets and the company is hoping the new offering will help it regain ground against rivals Apple and Google – which are advancing mobile technology.
You can click here to watch CNET’s Windows 8 launch live blog coverage Thursday. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will formally launch the OS and maybe talk a little about the company’s Surface tablet.
Make sure to watch WHNT News 19 This Morning from 4:30 – 7:00 a.m. Friday morning as well, when anchor and technology reporter Michelle Stark will highlight some of the key design features of the new Windows 8.
You can explore the OS for yourself and learn more about its many features at Microsoft’s website.
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