Screenshots: iTnews' enterprise guide to Windows 8

Feb 7, 2012

Screenshots from Microsoft's developer preview.

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The new Windows 8 desktop looks a lot like Windows Phone 7. Each of the tiles launches an application but can also display application data that dynamically updates. With the Start button gone, there needs to be a new way to log out when you're done working. That log-in can be tied to your Windows Live account so that documents, applications and other settings can be synchronised across different devices.  
 

The new Windows 8 desktop looks a lot like Windows Phone 7. Each of the tiles launches an application but can also display application data that dynamically updates. With the Start button gone, there needs to be a new way to log out when you're done working. That log-in can be tied to your Windows Live account so that documents, applications and other settings can be synchronised across different devices.

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