Microsoft and Windows 9

Two videos of the preview of Windows 9 give hope to Microsoft and the Windows Desktop.
They have finally integrated some long wanted features into the desktop. For example, a standardized Notification Center, multiple desktops (behavior similar to Mac OSX), and downscale of the Metro interface.
http://bgr.com/2014/09/15/windows-9-features-videos/

Along with those; the rumored integration of Cortana will make it a completely competitive desktop to Mac, Linux, and ChromeOS.

With the addition of Microsoft’s relationship with Osterhout Design Group. ODG has some amazing tech including Augmented Reality glasses (http://www.osterhoutgroup.com/)
Which will hands down beat Google Glass and Oculus Rift as the interface of choice.

If you’re unsure, check out this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrDgFjBSVuE#t=447

The whole video is pretty cool.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrDgFjBSVuE

The future..
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1 thought on “Microsoft and Windows 9

  1. If I may ask what about the people who can’t see without normal glasses will there be some kind of an option for them to fix their eyesight or will they need to have it custom made for them? Will it be able for use to the public? And how much will it even cost? Because I can imagine the first tablets costing quite a lot actually and this will be probably more or will it be cheaper then the previous inventions such as Oculus Rift, Tablets and etc. So yeah how much will it cost?

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