Three Things You Can Get From Windows 8 That Windows 7 Doesn’t Have

Three things you can get from Windows 8 that Windows 7 doesn’t have
Windows 8 is here almost 4 months from the preview version to pro version. Back in September, Windows 7 finally overtook Windows XP as the most popular operating system on the earth. Now its Windows 8 turns to capture the desktop and mobile markets, and the early results show it’s slowly improving in market share.
From the result of NetMarketShare, Windows 7 is still the most popular operating system on the planet of the desktop market. Windows 8 isn’t taking the world by fire, but that’s fine.
However, there are many things you can get from Windows 8 that Windows 7 just doesn’t have.
The Start screen
We put this be the first one for it’s the Windows 8 answer to the Start menu that has been so familiar in Windows for years. The Start menu is gone. It is replaced by the Start screen; you can access some of the old Start menu features by swiping in from the left side of the screen to reveal the Charms menu, which contains a Settings charm that doesn't lead to all the features that were contained in the Start menu.
Snap apps
It’s the newly features for the Windows 8 Users. The users can display two applications at the same time, but the two apps will be divided into 2 different sizes. One is occupying about three-quarters of the screen on left or right, the other app occupying the rest. If you’ve got a touch screen, sliding to separating the two apps can make them be larger or smaller, just up to you. And both apps can be worked.
Picture password
This new feature is good for the users who want to keep their personal pictures. In the traditional Operating System, the users should type in passwords in order to login in their locked computers. But Windows 8 adds the picture password by touching features in the photos in the right order to unlock the device.
However, Wise see wisdom. We should try by ourselves to prove the truth.
So let’s say it laughs best, who laughs last, Windows 7 or Windows 8? We just need to wait and see.
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