Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 31st Aug 2011 19:42 UTC
Windows Over the past few days, Microsoft has been talking about improvements made to Windows 8 on its 'Building Windows 8' blog at MSDN. Strangely enough, the improvements mentioned were either dealing with the classic desktop, or were demonstrated using the classic desktop - and not the fancy Metro user interface which is supposed to be Windows 8's big new thing. Today's post finally gives a little more detail about how the classic and Metro UI work together, but questions still remain.
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Windows Desktop is an App?
by dc.ricardo on Wed 31st Aug 2011 21:38 UTC
dc.ricardo
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2009-06-02

Finally! Maybe now Microsoft can call the OS MicrOS. And we would be able to run different desktops with different toolkits and, who knows, VIRTUAL DESKTOPS!?! 4??? Oh!!! wait...

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