Windows 8 is Microsoft's next generation operating system desktops, laptops and tablets. Windows 8 tablet brings a lot of the world while maintaining its roots systems and laptops.
The major distinction you'll observe is that Windows 8 is a make perfect new start menu. Tiles used in all of the programs, it makes it easier tablets and laptops and desktop touch screen itself. The tiles are a nice upgrade to the new user interface. On the other hand, the information will be updated on the fly. For example, an e-mail tile will give you the summer for new e-mails directly on the floor! You have the opportunity to re-arrange all the tiles easy to programs that are most commonly used.
Another great inclusion is Windows 8 Windows Store. You can now buy apps on the fly from your computer. Better yet, many applications are free, and those that are not free are generally inexpensive.
The user interface has changed slightly and it may take a few hours to get used to. For example, Windows 8 program does not appear in the taskbar. Windows 8 tablets are ready-made programs and 8, Windows applications run in their own window, the entire screen. As such, change the Windows 8 applications, tap the upper-right corner and select the program you want to use. If you open a standard application, the office will appear and the application runs in a familiar Windows.
While there are a number of major improvements, large and small, there are still a few things to be desired. For example, if you have a lot of programs you may have trouble finding one line-up of applications for each program looks at the same time. Also, if you do not have a touch screen, but the multi-touch pad, many applications does not support two touches scrolling difficult to navigate. Technicians for all of you out there, you'll be disappointed to hear that Microsoft has become a vague description there. For example, when installing Many times receive updates from the position of "Doing stuff Wait." Of course, we know that you're doing it; I want to know exactly what you are doing!
All in all, I think that it is worth to buy. However, I would not recommend an upgrade, it may or may not work very well. I actually tried to upgrade my laptop over the front of the programs and files.
All are installed on, but half the time it does not start and when it starts half the tiles do not even work. I recommend making a backup copy and then install fresh. Good luck and I hope you have a great experience of the new version of Windows.