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Windows 8 Early Build Hints At Apple, WebOS Competitor – EWeek

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Microsoft’s next Windows could be a cross-platform OS in the style of Apple’s iOS or Hewlett-Packard’s webOS, if supposed early builds are to be believed… “Bloggers Rafael Rivera and Paul Thurrott, in a series of April postings on Rivera’s Within Windows blog, have described the various features of what they claim is an early build of Windows 8: an Office-style ribbon integrated into Windows Explorer, complete with tools for viewing libraries, manipulating images and managing drive assets; an unlock screen that harkens to the ‘Metro’ design style already present in Windows Phone 7; an ‘immersive’ user interface and a built-in PDF reader they call ‘Modern Reader.’”

Source: Windows 8 Early Build Hints At Apple, WebOS Competitor – EWeek

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