More Windows 8 Concept art. Windows 8 Concept 01 Alpha by NorthDakota91

More Windows 8 artwork from the geniuses at Deviant Art

Stephen Chapman from msftkitchen has posted a crapload of roadmap diagrams on his site. They seem to indicate the release of Windows 8 Server in 2012. What’s funny is he seems to find these roadmaps from very simple and publicly accessible sources.. hilarious

Yup, more people have things they wanna see in Windows 8. This time it’s Adrian Kingsley-Hughes from ZDNet He has a pretty good list.. Some of the highlights are below… Custom installer Look, it’s the 21st century. Installing the OS on one drive and setting it up so that the data is stored on another drive...

Ok so this one is a little easier and more obvious. Advanced security is usually the number one thing people say they want in an operating systems upgrade but I am being a tad more specific. I would like to see the OS designed in such a way that different sections of the code are “isolated” from each other. It...

We received the following Windows 8 art submission from Levente-Csaba Kovacs. It’s called Windows 8 in water…

eWeek just released an article about the 10 things they want to see in Windows 8. This was a pretty weak article to me. I was surprised by some of the “things” they want to see. For instance, #4 is A Web-Only Version Now that Google has made it clear that it intends to capitalize on the Web with Chrome OS,...

Microsoft tends to (appropriately) release several different versions of their operating system when they release it. Vista had multiple versions as did Windows 7 (Home Basic, Ultimate, Professional etc). One of the consistent pieces of feedback I get on my sites from visitors all over the world is, if you...

Arstechnica is reporting that the latest rumor is that Windows 8 development will begin in earnest half way through 2010. Based on the analysis of multiple (7) job description postings on Microsoft careers site, they are speculating on the development date. For more information about the job postings...

One of the features that I am really surprised hasn’t shown up in Windows yet is the 3d interactive desktop. Windows Vista had Windows Dreamscene. Windows DreamScene was a Windows Ultimate Extra. With Windows DreamScene, you were able to change your Windows Vista desktop background to a video clip, which would...