Microsoft MVP Ross Cameron, Microsoft MVP Mike Fara, and Windows 8 Forums' Administrator and Cooler King Michael Myles, come together to host, discuss, evaluate, and explain the Microsoft Windows 8 operating system to each other and the broader audience at large. We talk about the Metro UI Start Screen, gaming and visuals performance, showing off new features, and the learning curve; all while sharing the same desktop. We also give each of our own takes on different areas of the operating system, and our critique. Ross, Mike, and whoosh make up the original administrator team from Windows7Forums.com and have come together one more time to bring you this hour long video. Can users who are new to Windows 8 Consumer Preview get passed the lack of Start Menu and the introduction of the Start Screen? Is the desktop fundamentally obsolete? Find out our thoughts and join us for this late night adventure, and critique of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
The video is a demonstration, critique, and discussion about Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Mike Fara and Ross Cameron are both Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals in Windows Expert - Consumer and visit us at http://windows8forums.com
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