Microsoft is now dedicated to the development of manufacturing and software and hardware licensing might include a feature called ‘Direct Experience‘ in Windows 8 or Windows vNext which would allow us to access a function without having to wait for the operating system loads completely.
A few weeks ago some news leaked that could bring Windows 8, the operating system currently in development by Microsoft and is slated for release in 2012. Among news that comes and goes, there was talk of Windows Store online would give us access to applications, is also rumored that sounded ‘instant-on’.
Apparently these are not the only speculations have been made, and now whispers of a new feature that would bring Windows 8. This is ‘Direct Experience’ we would start a point function of the operating system without having to log on and wait to load the rest of the OS.
This feature if it were to include our computers would consume fewer resources, and also in case of laptops will save battery.
This rumor has become stronger since Microsoft announced the new patent that makes reference to the reproduction of DVDs. Anyway, and although many laptop users to use only as a player, should also see the possibility of using other services such as games, browsers, word processors etc.
Can you imagine not having to get your pass and waiting 50 seconds to log on the PC? The truth is that would be pretty good, especially if you just want to turn on the computer is to check your email, surf TheCustomizeWindows.com or watch a movie.