"We have reimagined Windows and the result is a stunning lineup of new PCs," said Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer, while launching companyâ€™s new software product.
The all new Windows 8 can be run in any gadgets such as stylus-smartphone, tablet and desktop. It is offered with more battery life, easiness and faster performance. Rather than usual start menu icons, Windows 8 lines up apps in a tile format alike in Windows smartphones. Microsoft judges that it would easier usersâ€™ task.
"Windows 8 is designed to work with mouse and keyboard, as well as touch. That's the big selling point of the new OS. You will see fully capable PCs for Windows 8 for under $300,â€ commented Steven Sinofsky, President of Microsoft's Windows division about Window 8â€™s pros.
Windows 8 is available in 37 languages across 140 nations.