Windows 8 has got the adjective of -œWindows reimagined-. Microsoft boasts that the newbie is to simplify digital life, and empower people to do more with the least hassles. Its touch enabled and metro tiles features are making the news. Cloud-based program accessibility and Windows Store are other two features, where the brand has shown the intellectuality. This article is to bring a discussion on the justification of the tag. Since the product is in its beta testing phase, available as Windows 8 Consumer Preview so it's a good time to evaluate the product. Go through this PC help article to know more. Beautiful Design Windows 8 will have a bold new avatar in terms of appearance. The startup screen is pretty similar to Windows Phone, where everything from productivity suite, connectivity applications, social network, to app store dashes on the screen in the form of metro tiles. Launch apps, switch between tasks, share content, and check notifications or even have updates regarding news, sports, and what your friends are up to at one glance. The clean look is sure going to enhance the performance. Touch Enabled Accessibility Leave your mouse or keyboard, provided you have a touch enabled PC. Navigate your finger to applications, files, or programs of your choice. Simultaneously, type and zoom the content using your finger. The touch keyboard has two modes designed to suit the way you work. First one is the normal keyboard, and the second one breaks the components, like alphabet, numeric and functional keys in separate groups to reduce the clutter and let you work fast. The keyboard technology is designed to increase efficiency and reduce mistakes. If you mistype a word, Windows will suggest words as you type so you can get it right with a single tap. Moreover the keyboard changes its layout as per the language of the Windows. Hence, communicate effectively with your system. Sync all Apps in One This is not something brand new, but yes, Microsoft takes a comprehensive approach by bringing all like applications in one suite. For example, Mail app will bring diverse email services/clients like Hotmail, Gmail or your company's Exchange mail at one place. Similarly Calendar pulls together all information from date, day, and months to appointments and events, and SkyDrive flocks together documents and photos. The People app will host all contacts from Hotmail, Messenger, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Gmail, and others. And all these stuffs are available readily from anywhere anytime, provided your system bears the Internet connectivity. Windows Store Be smarter than ever before. Browse and compare thousands of apps, which are categorized well to make your selection easy.If you are interested, click Hotmail inicio. Currently, all apps are free with Windows 8 Consumer Preview; however, once the full version is in place paid apps will also be available for download. To let you download, install and run Windows 8 Consumer Preview, full-fledged computer technical support is available from Windows team. Experts can scan and diagnose the system compatibility in advance so that you can slip in the new suite in a hassle-free manner. However, you should be careful, prior to download take a backup of your data and computer settings. Meanwhile, if rumors from renowned tech media portals like C-net have their way then Windows 8 Upgrade option will be available with selected make and model of PC or laptop shipped with Windows 7 Home Basic or higher, purchased June-2012 onward. Also the release preview of the Windows 8 will be available in the first week of June. This will definitely be a boost for the PC market, and consumers will be able to get the experience of the next-generation Windows. However, it's not clear whether that will come absolutely free or there will be some charges. As Windows 8 Consumer Preview is not the finished product, so issues or conflicts are inevitable. Post-installation issues may involve system crash, performance issues with certain programs, specifically security software, and accessibility issues with printers, home or corporate networks, etc. You can fix computer problems with normal troubleshooting as you do with Windows 7 or can seek experts help from Microsoft Certified Technicians over the phone or Internet. For more info, visit this website.