Those in any way affiliated with the tech industry will know of Microsoft’s plans to release Windows 8 to the consumer pretty soon, and from what’s been showcased hitherto, most have been impressed. While the latest iteration of the software maker’s operating system has many strengths over preceding versions, the Metro user-interface has been the most celebrated by consumers, and although perhaps better suited to the tablet, it’s been running nicely on the PCs of those running the Consumer Preview.

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