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Windows 8 Consumer Preview: Welcome to the Windows 8 Consumer Preview February 29, 2012

Posted by John Ruby in BlogoSphere, Microsoft, Paul Thurrott, Software, Windows 8.
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Windows 8 Consumer Preview: Welcome to the Windows 8 Consumer Preview

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For weeks now I’ve been biting my tongue, watching what I say and write about the Windows 8 Consumer Preview. But with the release today of this most eagerly-awaited Windows 8 milestone, the shackles are off. This freedom takes a few different forms for me. I can reveal that work on Windows 8 Secrets has already begun in earnest. And I have a ton of content to post here on the SuperSite for Windows, with more to come in the days ahead. Best of all, I can guarantee that you’ll find out things about Windows 8 here you won’t see anywhere else.

If you’ve been reading this site for a while, you know that I often write lengthy reviews of Microsoft products, including pre-release versions. With the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, however, I’m going to do things a bit differently. This article will serve as a high-level introduction of sorts, providing you with a basic overview of what’s new and different in this second and most crucial milestone on the way to Windows 8. But scattered throughout the discussion below, you’ll find links to numerous other articles about the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, the vast majority of which are immediately available and dramatically expand on the overview provided here. This isn’t just information overload, it’s a tsunami.

Ready? Good, let’s dive right in.

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