It’s here. Microsoft’s revamp of the Windows OS is now available to the masses. Designed not only for traditional Windows desktops, laptops, and ultrabooks, Windows 8 is also tablet-friendly. It’s an OS designed with touch in mind, borrowing design elements from the Windows Phone 7 operating system.
If you’re upgrading to Windows 8, rest assured that your version of FastTrack Schedule 10 will run fine on Microsoft’s new Windows OS. FastTrack Schedule 10 single-user and FastTrack Schedule 10 Concurrent-User versions are fully compatible with Windows 8.
For more insight into Windows 8, be sure to check out Gizmodo‘s Windows 8 Survival Guide, PCWorld‘s Windows 8 review, and the Huffington Post‘s great take on the fans and antifans, “7 People Who Will Love Windows 8 (And 5 Who Will Hate It).”
What do you think of Windows 8? Will you be buying a new PC with it preinstalled or upgrading your existing PC? Let us know.