It may still be a year away from official release, but Windows 8 is a hot topic right now. This week the developer beta version was released to the public. So if you’re a bit of a techie and can afford some bugs and crashes – you can get it right now for free.
What interests us more about Windows 8 is its apparent plan to integrate, well pretty much everything. The entire system has been developed from the start to work on both regular PCs and Laptops – as well as Tablet PCs. The entire interface is much more graphically rich, and it will blend local files, internet content and Xbox LIVE into your desktop. Plus of course apps take a starring role, previously mainly a focus for mobile devices.