Buy Windows 8 Product Key

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In 2012 the blinds were removed and revealed Microsoft's Windows 8 behind them. Windows 8 not only did it revealed it's looks and features, but they were unique and not what any of us had expected.

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It felt like a brand new start and some people took a while to get used to while others jumped in and enjoyed its beauty and performance. It was designed not only to fit regular computers, but tablets and touch screens too. In other words, this release was designed to fit what the future of computers had in store. Another fun fact is that Microsoft had started the development of Windows 8 in 2009 before the release of its predecessor Windows 7.

The words I personally would use to describe Windows 8 would be fast, fluid and perfect to the touch.

Down the Metro

They did not just come up with a plain design, but a design language.

The name the design language had earned was Metro or Microsoft design language (MDL), and the reason for that is because it's modern and clean. It is fast and in motion, all about content and typography.

The start received a new fully customizable layout and you can make it the way that suits you best. You won't even have to open some of the apps to see what's new, it has Live Tiles which display the latest info just at a glance.

Unlike the earlier releases, Windows 8 is the first and only Microsoft Windows release that doesn't have the regular start button. Instead you would press in that same spot and open the new start layout where everything you care about will be there.

Clean screen the entire screen

Alongside the start the Desktop has seen slight improvements too. The Desktop working environment is slightly changed and because it offers a lot of new features designed to make not only the system faster, but the way you work too it is more clean and pleasant to the eye.

A new way to navigate was introduces based on gestures. These work wonders and across any pointing device whether if you use mouse, a touchscreen or a touchpad. One of the most handy gestures that I find is that if you were to move your cursor to the bottom-left corner of your screen and right click it would reveal a hidden power-user menu with links to directly access the Control Panel, Device Manager, and other system tools.

Keyboard, Mouse, Touchpad and Touchscreen Gestures

However, there are many keyboard, mouse, touch pad and touchscreen gestures that you have access to some of which are

• Open the Start Screen
• Reveal the Charms
• Activate the Windows Tools Menu
• Open the Settings Charm
• Close an Application
• Quickly Take a Screenshot
• Activate Semantic Zoom
• Zoom In and Out

These may not sound so important, but once you get used to them they will make you faster and you wouldn't be able to continue without them.

Think twice, buy once

If you are a fan of trying something completely new and different then you should definitely consider to buy the Windows 8 product key, there are plenty editions to choose from, but no matter which you choose it would without a doubt give you the main experience of what Windows 8 truly is. Buy Windows 8 now and thank us later.

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