Microsoft’s Windows 8 and the ‘I’ word Immersive | ZDNet

Posted: April 5, 2011 in Windows
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Microsoft’s Windows 8 and the ‘I’ word Immersive

Mary Jo Foley has a great summary analysis of the Windows 8 information we have seen so far.

The iPad may be “magical,” but future Winpads will be “immersive.”

Understanding what Microsoft means when it invokes the “I” word is going to become increasingly important to Windows developers (and to a lesser extent, users), in the not-too-distant future.

There have been some recent leaks that indicate Windows 8 may include a Ribbonized Windows Explorer or a possible Metro-inspired Windows 8 lock screen. However, relatively little is still known about the Windows 8 interface at this point in the development schedule.

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