Microsoft to Replace the Toolbar with a Ribbon in Windows 8

Clearly the most noticeable change to the new version of Windows will be the Ribbon interface. And since the Ribbon UI is not in a completed state it's difficult to say how successful the change to the new OS will be but its one of many new visuals expected to be in the final version.

Microsoft to replace the standard toolbar with the new Ribbon style interface currently employed with Office 2010

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