Microsoft has begun given us the first official 'sneak peek' at it's upcoming Windows 8 operating system, and what we're being shown is a Windows operating system like none we've seen before.
But questions remain around one feature - support for legacy applications. Read the full post.
Here, the tiled interface is better suited to touch.
Internet Explorer 10 in action.
Modified keyboard for thumb use.
New apps and legacy applications coexist.
Office Ribbon UI makes an appearance in Windows.