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Windows 8 screenshotsWindows 8 is the next version of Microsoft Windows for desktops, laptops, netbooks, and tablet PCs. It adds support for ARM microprocessors (that are widely used in mobile devices) in addition to the traditional x86 microprocessors from Intel and AMD. Its user interface has been changed to make it better suited for touchscreen input in addition to the traditional mouse, keyboard and pen input. See also Windows 8 alternatives

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Microsoft has not yet announced a ship date for Windows 8, although some major media outlets speculate it might be available in late 2012.

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Microsoft unveiled new Windows 8 features and improvements on September 13, 2011, day one of the BUILD developer conference. Microsoft also released a Developer Preview build (Build 8102) of Windows 8 for the developer community to download and start working with. Windows 8 Developer Preview can be installed on virtualization platforms including VMware Workstation and Oracle VirtualBox. The host's CPU must support hardware virtualization, and the virtualization usage - enabled in VM, in order for the installation to succeed.

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Microsoft has shown a development roadmap at the BUILD conference stating that the next milestone will be Beta, Release Candidate, RTM, and general availability.

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