Windows 8 Consumer Preview

March 1, 2012 by staff 

Windows 8 Consumer Preview, Those of you who couldn’t be in Barcelona, Spain for yesterday’s Windows 8 Consumer Preview demo can now catch all the action through a series of online videos.

The event at the Mobile World Congress wasn’t webcast live, so Microsoft has posted several videos on its Newsroom page showing off all the major highlights. Most of the videos can be viewed online or downloaded in a few different formats, though the Broadcast links provide the highest quality.

The videos kick off with the entire 90-minute keynote from Windows president Steven Sinofsky introducing people to the new world of Windows 8. Calling Windows 8 a “generational change in the Windows operating system,” Sinofsky touched on all of the major changes in the new OS from the interface down to the kernel.

From there, the videos drill down to shorter, specific moments from the keynote, including a look at the Windows 8 Start screen, a peek at Windows 8 on an 82-inch monitor, and a brief demo on how to use the new OS with a mouse and keyboard.

The Microsoft page also links to three additional videos found on YouTube–a loud and flashy “Meet Windows 8″ promo, an eight-minute demo of Windows 8 Consumer Preview, and a look at the winners of the Windows 8 First Apps contest.

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