Microsoft’s demo video from Computex has now been posted up for everyone to view.
The video focuses on the tablet interface which shows Microsoft’s strategy for combating iOS and Android in the tablet market.
In the video, Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Mike Angiulo, takes the stage and shows off the platform in a 32 minute long presentation.
Angiulo shows how Windows 8 works across x86 and ARM-based chips.
Microsoft previously introduced a technology preview of its Windows ARM support by showing off an early build of Windows 8 at CES 2011. Microsoft is partnering with ARM-based manufactures NVIDIA, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments to produce new Tablet devices.
Angiulo shows off a number of Windows 8 ARM tablet concepts (see video below) and a more in depth demonstration of the new Windows 8 user interface. Microsoft also shows how the start button now activates the new start menu user interface on Windows 8.