6:59 a.m. PT: Seth Rosenblatt: This is going to be the hardest thing for people coming to Windows for the first time, the discordance between Metro and desktop. 7:02 to 7:04 a.m. PT: Roger Cheng: Now demonstrating email, pulling pics from local drive, and more pics from the Skydrive, into a single message. Nifty. You can also browse and search within an app. Pull up the "charms" menu to get search, including Web, video, Xbox Live games, etc. Sort of like the universal search on an iPhone. That means searching for content within apps, including news, maps, etc. Antoine is back out to talk about the app store.
7:04 to 7:05 a.m, PT: Roger Cheng: He's running through a tour of the store, He says the store was designed to be easy to look for apps, The landing page of the store starts off with the spotlight section, including top apps, new releases, and recommendation, You can pan through the tiles for categories, similar to Windows Phone, The listing page for the app gives lots of details on the app, from reviews and ratings, It looks very much like any mobile app store, Or even Apple's Mac app store, 7:05 to 7:07 a.m, PT: Roger Cheng: During the consumer preview, all of the apps are free, he says, So go crazy sparkle case with glass screen protector for apple iphone xs max - silver downloading apps! Says developers are excited about the process for adding apps to the store, Says they appreciate Microsoft has the best economics of any app store, Also liking the huge reach of Microsoft, Windows 8 will be a great opportunity for small developers, talks about an app content to spur development, The store makes it easy for developers to build and distribute apps, he says..
7:07 a.m. PT: Roger Cheng: The free apps element is crazy. Crazy smart. 7:08 to 7:09 a.m. PT: Roger Cheng: Announcing the first 8 winners of its first app contest. Air Soccer, Pew Pew, PuzzleTouch, SigFig Portfolio, Elements Weather, are among the winners. They all look pretty slick. The other winners include FlipSaw, CookBook, and Physamajig. Check them out. After all, they're free. 7:11 to 7:13 a.m. PT: Roger Cheng: Hmm "no compromise" or "fast and fluid," can't tell which is the bigger buzzword today. Sinofsky is back on stage, by the way. The idea of apps pulling info from each other, and work with Skydrive and the computer itself is really enticing. When you use one app, the other apps get better, Sinofsky says. The Windows store is a marketplace for apps, and is a new opportunity for developers. Touts the fast and modern presentation.
7:13 a.m, PT: Seth Rosenblatt: One of the most interesting parts of Windows 8, and sadly limited to Enterprise at the onset, is going to be a thumb drive with W8 installed, sparkle case with glass screen protector for apple iphone xs max - silver Stick it in, boot up, log into W8 and go, Shut down, take your key and all your data is saved to the cloud, 7:15 to 7:16 a.m, PT: Roger Cheng: Sinofsky talking about hardware now, Working on differentiation across broad range of hardware, Going to preview some of those devices, Sinofsky will show off SOC (system on a chip) devices--also known as tablets, Designed Windows 8 to meet the needs of a broad range of customers, but especially professionals who live in front of the computer, Wanted to show how enterprise control was part of the build from the beginning..
7:15 to 7:17 a.m. PT: Roger Cheng: Sinofsky talks about moving from screen to screen. What about a mobile phone screen? Michael Angiulo, VP of corporate planning, is on stage to demo Windows 8 on an ARM processor. We are going to have a new generation of PCs with a power profile like a phone, which can stay on standby for a long time. 7:16 a.m. PT: Seth Rosenblatt: The hardware bit. This'll make Win 8 or break it. 7:17 a.m. PT: Roger Cheng: Something Intel doesn't do very well. 7:18 to 7:21 a.m. PT: Roger Cheng: Angiulo having a bit of trouble logging in, but finally unlocks it. Nvidia Tegra 3, Qualcomm Snapdragon, TI OMAP and Intel Cloverfield chips in devices on display. Sinofsky says Windows 8 will support all four chips. Notes the same app is running on an ARM device as well as X86. It's the same code, he says. Notes the same app is running on an ARM device as well as X86. It's the same code, he says.
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