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Discussion in 'Computer Questions, Issues & Security' started by Eminenz CW, Dec 22, 2012.
Hey, tell me that what is the basic difference in windows 7 and windows 8? Thanks in advance!!!
Windows 8 is really designed to work best with touch screens and tablets.
The whole interface has been redesigned for touch, tap, drag, and play.
If you don't have a touch screen or a Windows Surface stick with Win7.
Ya basically what Quiver said, I am thinking about upgrading to a non touch screen laptop just to mess around with it, if I do so I will let you know what I think of it.
windows 8 has the new features and so many features better than windows 7 because now windows 7 is getting old version.
As far as I have heard all they really improved is a few features that you wouldn't notice unless you were a hard core computerer. But aside from that the obvious is the design, but other than that there is not really a reason to upgrade to it.
All I know is that win8 has more features than win7
Quiver you nailed the right answer. You had the best answer. Obviously, the Windows 8 is using tiles for easy access on software and programs. This Operating system will work best on touch screen desktops, laptops and tablets. It will let you press, drag and play all at once. If only I have the latest Sony Vaio, I might have experience the awesome features of that OS.
Just Metro Difference
There are some key differences found in Windows 7 and Windows 8 which are
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Windows 8 touch
Windows 8 Start screen
Better multiple monitor support
Windows 8 charms
WIndows 8 Search and Social
Windows 8 ARM support
Windows 8 cloud integration
yeah thats true metro was designed for tabs only
the first change you will notice is the start button...
Windows 8 has modern satrt screen which is just like a tile,clicking on this tile will help u to access the desktop
Window 8 is advance version of window 7 and it has more features
Windows 8 looks quite different from Windows 7. This is because it is designed to work with touch screen computers and tablets.