28 January, 2013

A lot of people have asked me in the past, how can I use Tablet Slate to run the latest Windows 8 (originally Dev Preview when I first released this) and actually I have been seeing it more often that people can't figure out how to get it on their Slate.

My today’s article is especially for tablet lovers and I am going to change their life by introducing Windows Blue in tablets. So keep your excitement alive and get ready to say goodbye to Windows 8 and it’s time to welcome Windows Blue now.....oh wait How that come ?

One of the biggest attractions of Windows 8 is Microsoft’s effort to bridge the gap between consumer-focused touchscreen devices and business productivity systems. The Windows 8 operating system runs both so-called “legacy” applications on the traditional desktop and the new touch/mobile-friendly “Windows 8 style” (formerly) Metro apps available through the Windows Store. Windows RT, for ARM-based devices, runs only the new style apps.

Just like Windows 8, Windows Blue could be installed on some new Microsoft tablets as well. But since the Redmond-based technology titan is also looking into ways to expand its Surface family with some new products, Windows Blue could make its way on several new devices, including tablets with 7- or 8-inch displays.

Sources familiar with the matter hint that Microsoft is also working on a 7-inch Xbox Surface tablet specifically created for gaming purposes, so in case Windows Blue would be running on this device, this means the OS might be a more attractive choice for gamers too.

It appears that Microsoft is working on several new tablets right now, most of them to be released sometimes this year, so Windows Blue may actually power some of these devices too.

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