Microsoft has launched a new blog to spin features of Windows 8. As you might expect it is being billed as the biggest overhaul of the PC operating system since Windows 95. Invoking Windows 95, which was the point where the GUI OS became truly workable indicates the sort of spin they are going to put on this OS.
In the blog, Sinofsky noted that today more than two out of three PCs are mobile, and nearly all PCs have wireless networking. Screen sizes range from 10-inch to wall-sized screens, storage is exploding and touch-screens have become widespread, he added. Microsoft said it wants to work more closely with OEMs, chip makers and app developers in the Win8 generation.