With tech enthusiast web sites from around the world now leaking the RTM version of Windows 8, your intrepid “Windows 8 Secrets” co-authors offer a better look at the graphical assets that other sites only hint at. In this new co-post, we look briefly at leaked images of the Windows 8 RTM Start screen patterns, and lock screen and desktop wallpapers.
This week, Win8China leaked some of the new default lock screen images in the RTM version of Windows 8. But what they don’t show you is what this actually looks like on the lock screen. Here it is:
Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore at the Windows Phone 8 launch event, talking up the “top” apps coming to the platform. Photo: Alex Washburn/WiredMicrosoft has breathlessly announced several new game titles for Windows Phone 8. And once again, Redmond continues to disappoint.But then, we’re used to it. When Microsoft held its Windows Phone 8 launch event in October last year, the news felt incredibly stale. Jessica Biel made an appearance. CEO Steve Ballmer showed us his Start Screen. We’d already glimpsed the company’s latest smartphone OS at its initial unveiling in June, and it took the spotlight at Nokia’s and HTC’s phone announcements in September.
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