Docstoc Chosen for Windows 8 Launch

by Rochelle on March 2, 2012

Courtesy of microsoft.com

The people over at Microsoft have been hard at work re-imagining Windows from the inside out, and on Wednesday February 29th released a consumer preview of the incredibly touch-centric Windows 8. The tile-based design is a complete shift from Windows 7, and is formatted to work on phones, tablets and computers alike. Each tile represents an app, which breaks down visually everything a person wants to see: unread mail, pictures, weather, music, games, maps and any other information they choose to have at their fingertips.

Docstoc was honored to be chosen by Microsoft Windows to create one of their first apps for Windows 8, which will be released in the app store along with the full release of Windows 8. Keep an eye out for the announcement on the Windows blog, and be prepared for something incredible!

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Tanner March 5, 2012 at 10:41 pm

First, congratulations on being chosen for the creation of one of the first Windows 8 applications! I have seen a demo video of the new operating system and I am extremely excited about the new release. I love the tile format compared to an interface with icons.

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