Microsoft has introduced a touch based UI on Windows 8 with eminent start menu on the screen. This upgrade is mainly to bridge a gap between the Windows PC and mobile devices. The verge reported that the Redmond Based software giant will include a dual-boot option for the users and for the traditional view of the windows UI. It would introduce its updated version as Windows Blue later, next year.
In spite of the welcomed start of windows 8‘s start button at the central screen of the OS, many of viewers still want the traditional view of Windows with a mouse and a Keyboard and having a start button at one end. Microsoft is playing safe hands to its users by giving both the options to the users like the dual boot option. The report also makes us clear that various features will remain the same even after the user switches to the desktop mode. The hottest part of these upgrades is that we can use both the charms of desktop and start screen mode.
To conclude we can say that windows blue seems to be a new OS in demand, which seems only updating and not a new OS. Apart from the Start menu it will also be updated with the app side view, which allows at least 4 apps on the screen and can be used together. The settings options are also available.
It’s not 100 percent sure that either/both the options will be baked into last Blue release, which is expected to be released around August 2013.