Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 8th Feb 2012 23:19 UTC
Windows "Microsoft revealed today that it plans to launch the highly anticipated 'Consumer Preview' version of Windows 8 on February 29th. The company will hold an event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on February 29th to launch the Windows 8 Consumer Preview between 3PM and 5PM (CET)." Still haven't seen any indication they've addressed the core issues with Metro (no window management, no real applications). If they don't, this release will be entirely useless to anyone who uses computers beyond Facebook, weather applications, and Twitter.
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What would Photoshop look like as a touch app? It's the same problem. Metro seems to be intended for the touch/tablet/mobile scenarios. Photoshop in its current form wouldn't work in iOS, Android, or Metro.

Edited 2012-02-09 03:58 UTC

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