Microsoft has sent out a series of cryptic invitations to an event in New York City on October 25th, celebrating the long anticipated upcoming installment of their operating system – Windows 8.
Microsoft has sent out a series of cryptic invitations to an event in New York City on October 25th, celebrating the long anticipated upcoming installment of their operating system: Windows 8.
The invitations were devoid of practically any information, except that an event is being held in New York City on October 25th.
"You're invited to celebrate.
Windows 8." says the invitation.
Whatever the event is, it will probably end up having something to do with Windows 8 devices, such as tablets, computers, cellphones and laptops.
The public has already been made aware by Microsoft that the release of Windows 8 will occur on the following day, October 26th.
The discussion surrounding the operating system is a lively one to say the least. Many are dreading the release of Windows 8, often due to its controversial Metro interface. Others, of course, have a more optimistic perspective on the OS .
Many hold that a Windows operating system cannot be fully judged until it has been used, probed, and new service packs have been released fixing common bugs – this process could be compared to breaking in a pair of new shoes. How Windows works in a lab environment, and how it works in the publics' homes is a radically different story.
In a little more than a month's time, any debate on the subject will be replaced by solid experimentation.