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    Default The State of Windows 8

    <p>Only Microsoft knows how the next version of its Windows operating process will look and <a href="http://www.newsoftware-mall.com/">Adobe Photoshop</a> what it will be called, but giant changes could be ahead for the OS that observers refer to as &quot;Windows 8.&quot;At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft announced that Windows 8 will support system-on-a-chip architectures using ARM processors. <a href="http://www.newsoftware-mall.com/">Adobe Acrobat</a> Unlike the x86 architecture that today's Windows laptops and desktops work with, ARM-based chips tend to run such low-power devices as tablets and smartphones.In other words, Windows won't be for laptops and desktops anymore.In his CES keynote speech, Microsoft CEO Steve Ball&Acirc;­mer said, &quot;This announcement is all about enabling a brand spanking new <a href="http://www.newsoftware-mall.com/">Adobe Dreamweaver</a> class of hardware, and new silicon partners for <a href="http://www.newsoftware-mall.com/">Windows XP</a> Windows, to bring the widest feasible range of form factors to the market.&quot;</p>

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    Only Microsoft knows how the next version of its Windows operating process will look and what it will be called, but giant changes could be ahead for the OS that observers refer to as Windows XP "Windows 8."At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft announced that Windows 8 will support system-on-a-chip architectures using ARM Adobe Dreamweaver processors. Unlike the x86 architecture that today's Windows laptops and desktops work with, ARM-based chips tend to run such low-power devices as tablets and smartphones.In other words, Windows won't be for laptops and desktops anymore.In his CES keynote speech, Microsoft CEO Steve BallÂ*mer said, "This announcement is all about enabling a brand spanking new class of hardware, and new silicon partners for Windows, to bring the Adobe Acrobat widest Adobe Photoshop feasible range of form factors to the market."



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