Windows Blue screenshots surfaced with smaller Live Tiles and IE 11 integration
While Windows 8 operating system is still capturing the computing market, an upgrade version, Windows Blue surfaces in the buzzes with details. Recently an earlier build of the upcoming Windows Blue platform comes up with a bunch of screenshots showing the tweaked interface of the new operating system.
Folks at Winforum are being credited for leaking the live screenshots of the rumoured Windows Blue operating system. According to the leaked screenshots, the upcoming Windows Blue operating system apparently have smaller Live Tiles than the tiles available on Windows 8 platform. Microsoft loved the tiles interface and the upcoming platform will also features Live Tiles but in a small dimension to make the UI more clutter-free. On the best part, Microsoft likely to improve the theme settings, as per the leaked screenshots, the new interface will have more customizations than present Windows 8 interface.
The upcoming Windows Blue platform will also integrates with the new Internet Explorer (IE) 11, the new version will have some performance improvements with faster browsing experience. The Modern UI in the Windows Blue operating system will also feature a 50:50 snap view of the applications which was earlier only available for Windows desktop apps.
Besides new additions, the new Windows Blue platform would also have the customization option right on the Start screen which omits the use of Control Panel for some settings for the tablet users. The new Windows Blue operating system will be more touch-friendly and as per the leaks, the new user interface of the Windows Blue platform will support new gestures as well. Users can swipe up in the Start screen to open the list of all apps and swipe down gesture will bring up a desktop app bar which provides a number of options to share the screen on a projector or to access snap.
Coming towards the performance part, the new Windows Blue operating system will have a couple of improvements in the performance aspect as well. As the leaked screenshots suggest, the new platform will have faster performance with less burden on CPU and RAM of the devices.
We are sure that in the coming days, some more buzzes of the Windows Blue will up in the air and the final preview version of Windows Blue will be available within few months. So stay with us for more information on the upcoming Windows platform.