Selasa, 21 Mei 2013

[Mobile Cellphone Info] Microsoft reveals Windows 8 desktop UI changes, drops Aero Glass

Mobile Cellphone Info has posted a new item, 'Microsoft reveals Windows 8
desktop UI changes, drops Aero Glass'

Microsoft has revealed that it has made some big changes to its desktop UI for
Windows 8, which includes moving away from Aero Glass the UI first introduced
with Vista. According to the company, this means visual changes that include
"flattening surfaces, removing reflections, and scaling back distracting
gradients."Despite all of these changes with the interface, the company doesn't
appear to be worried about the issue of "learnability." Instead, Microsoft
believes that with a little help it won't take long for users to adapt to the
new operating system. "We will help people get off on the right foot," the
company explained in a blog post, "and we have confidence that people will
quickly find the new paradigms to be second-nature."While Microsoft admits that
there have been some usability issues with certain gestures in the Consumer
Preview, the company says that this is not an issue with people coming to grips
with the concept, but instead a problem with the early state of the OS internal
builds are already "significantly improved," according to Microsoft, so we
should see an easier-to-use Windows 8 when the Release Preview launches next
month. The post also packs a great dose of nostalgia, as the team looks back at
interface issues dating all the way to Windows 1 in 1985. Be sure to check out
the source link below for a trip down memory lane.

Source Building Windows 8

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