IT & Network Infrastructure : Microsoft Windows 8: 10 Features That Should Be Included
Windows 7 has been out for less than a year, but already Microsoft is getting to work on its follow-up, Windows 8. In what is thought to be a leaked slide deck from internal Microsoft meetings, the company reportedly plans to make sweeping changes to Windows 8 in an attempt to make the operating system more capable of appealing to changing customer demand. That said, Microsoft has not confirmed that any of the features included in the slide deck are real, so they should be taken with a level of skepticism. This eWEEK slide show takes a look at some features that should make their way into Windows 8.