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Microsoft is currently previewing Windows 8 at the BUILD conference and the web goes crazy. It appears the interest in Windows 8 is even bigger than it was for Window 7. Of course, this is due to the fact that Windows 8 is the biggest overhaul since Windows 95.
I compiled a collection of the best Windows 8 reviews that have been published today. I divided the link list into two sections. The first part covers general reviews, and the second part specific Windows 8 features.
The first blog post is from Steven Sinofsky (President of the Windows Division). Most interesting is that everyone will be able to download the developer’s prelease of Windows 8 later today.
General Windows 8 reviews ^
- Welcome to Windows 8 – The Developer Preview
- Microsoft reinvents flagship software — Windows 8 — for PCs and tablets
- Windows 8 developer preview UX in pictures
- Windows 8 really does change everything, it’s mind-blowing
- Windows 8: A Reimagined PC, But What About Businesses?
- Hands on: Windows 8 review
- Microsoft blows up Windows with Windows 8
- Download Windows 8 ISOs Right Now
Windows 8 feature reviews ^
- Windows 8: What’s new on the desktop experience
- Windows 8 app store approval policy outlined
- Windows 8: Introducing Windows 8’s tablet interface, Metro
- Windows 8: classic desktop features
- Windows 8 Metro apps and Windows Store
- Hands on: Windows 8 input options and pen computing
- Windows 8 tablets: How Microsoft can win this time
- Hands on: Windows 8 File History backup
- Windows 8: A look at Internet Explorer 10
- Windows 8 Developer Preview: Samsung 700T Photo Gallery
- Windows 8 requires less power than Windows 7
- Microsoft unveils Samsung Windows 8 tablet for developers
- Windows Live SkyDrive Integration in Windows 8