Really Interseting Stuff on Creating the Modern UI for Windows 8

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  1. TrentonT

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    A News Letter from the TechRebuplic this morning had this information linked
    A Long video (Really worth watching) just over an hour.
    Get the true story behind Windows 8
    [video=vimeo;52173464]http://vimeo.com/52173464[/video]
    http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/window-on-windows/get-the-true-story-behind-windows-8/7055

    Followed by a Long but very interesting read.

    Creating the Windows 8 user experience
    Creating the Windows 8 user experience - Building Windows 8 - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

    Worth the time and effort in my mind anyway
     
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    Definitely work the time to read! Great insight into the evolution of the Windows interface and design decisions for Windows 8. I think the link to the video didn't work, but I'm guessing this is the one you were referring to on Techrepublic. Get the true story behind Windows 8 | TechRepublic
     
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    Yes it is the storey link you posted The video link works for me but took forever to start this time
     
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    The comment titled Rubbish that said "who needs Windows 8" is bordering on comical. I love Windows 8 because i can run Hyper-V with 64-bit host and guests. Try that on Windows 7!
     

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