The new rumor on the internets about Windows 8 is from the blog windows8italia.

Now they are talking about a new concept called “Wind”

Here’s what they are saying roughly translated..

Windows 8 will have two interfaces : the principal, whose code name is Wind , will be the evolution of Peek of Windows 7. Wind will initially only supported by high-end notebook and desktop PCs with dedicated video card , as it will require about 170MB of video memory, but is working to try to reduce the consumption of resources. Wind will be used only on Windows 8 to 64-Bit and will be fully 3D , but still work with a normal monitor.
The other interface will not be in 3D and will focus on less powerful computers and will be the only interface available on Windows 8 to 32-Bit
Wind in their two versions will be completely dynamic , able to adapt to the user’s habits and operations in particular will have two types of dynamics: the first will create shortcuts when necessary and available in certain scenarios, speeding up certain tasks. The second adapts the interface of Windows 8 according to daily activities that we do with computers . Even the icons will be smart and automatically adapt to user needs.

I’m not too concerned about the 3d concept and am less hopeful that it will happen.

I do think that the following points if true are important:

  • Completely dynamic
  • Able to adapt to the user’s habits and operations
  • Able to create shortcuts when necessary and available in certain scenarios, speeding up certain tasks.
  • Able to adapt the interface of Windows 8 according to daily activities that we do with computers.
  • Even the icons will be smart and automatically adapt to user needs.

Those points make sense and would seem to me to be great progress if true.

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In addition to being a former Microsoft MVP and the founder and editor of EyeOnWindows.com, he is the CEO of a Pasadena based online marketing education startup - Learn About The Web Inc. (www.learnabouttheweb.com) and The Redmond Cloud (https://www.theredmondcloud.com).

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