The upcoming Windows 8 from Microsoft which is set for a launch in less than a month, and has received nice comments from users who saw the general perspective of the operating system (user interface, faster boot-up time, cool tiles on the desktop and few).
This isn’t the same case with those who is looking more on to the internals of the operating system. Intel Corp. Chief Executive Officer Paul Otellini told employees in Taiwan said the operating system is not fully bug free and requires more testing before being released to the world. This information was conveyed by a reporter who attended the private meeting.
The hurry can be attributed to Microsoft’s tendency to ship the Windows 8 tablets before the holiday season in the United States, and wants to eat a share of Apple’s iPad tablet. Microsoft Windows family is very well supported by device manufacturers, but critics say that they haven’t had the time to fine-tune the supported accessories, with so-called drivers.
We will update you as more information comes popping in the coming days related to Windows 8.