Microsoft Developers Want Answers About Windows 8 and Interoperability

Microsoft has been giving bits and pieces of details about Windows 8, its upcoming operating system, over the last month. Developers are eager to learn more, and have specific questions about Windows 8 that they want answered now.

From what has been shown by Microsoft, Windows 8 will be focused on tablets, and will appropriate the look and feel of Windows Phone 7. If it's geared towards computers with touch screens, how will it appeal to those without touch screens? How will the OS itself work? These questions are not likely to be answered any time soon--the most likely time for more details is at the Consumer Electronics Show next year, where Microsoft will be presenting a major keynote speech.

Microsoft has been giving bits and pieces of details about Windows 8, its upcoming operating system, over the last month. Developers are eager to learn more, and have specific questions about Windows 8 that they want answered now.

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