We are all waiting for Windows 8 with anticipation, and if you’re inpatient as we are, you’ll be pleased to know that Windows 8 is available for testing purposes.
It is obvious that Microsoft wants to release its touchscreen operating system in order to compete with Apple and Google, and unlike iOS or Android, Windows 8 will be able to run or variety of devices, from smartphones, tablets to computers and notebooks. If you own a device that can run Windows 8, you might want to get testing version for a free trial, because Microsoft has released Consumer Preview to the public. According to the Microsoft, new Metro UI is user friendly for both desktop and mobile users, and there should be two versions of Windows 8: one that works with on desktops and notebooks, and another version that is optimized for devices that run on ARM microprocessors.
The official release of Windows 8 is still far away, but if you’re interested, you can try out the Consumer Preview of Windows 8 free of charge.