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Windows 8 Visual Tour: Microsoft's New Desktop

Microsoft this week gave developers the first in-depth look at Windows 8--the operating system that could finally make it a player in the tablet market. Take a look at key elements.
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Windows 8 offers visual previews of file contents, which allow users to quickly browse through video, images, and other content to more easily find, manage, and sort their information.

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