eMazzanti Article Showcases Windows 8 Touch Technology

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A new article provides added insight to the Windows 8 radical design, simple and intuitive interface and the enhanced approach to security

With the new Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft has broken the barrier between our professional and private worlds by producing an operating system that offers instant access to exactly the apps we need, at the touch of a finger

A new article entitled: Windows 8-Fast and Fluid Technology is now available from eMazzanti Technologies, an IT and computer expert in the Hoboken, NJ and New York City areas.

The article is free and is available here.

Ever wondered why you can download a song instantly to your smartphone but then have to wait hours, even days, to install new computer software in the office?

“With the new Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft has broken the barrier between our professional and private worlds by producing an operating system that offers instant access to exactly the apps we need, both in and out of the office, at the touch of a fingertip,” noted Jennifer Mazzanti, president, eMazzanti Technologies.

Want to log in? Just swipe the screen. Enter a password? Touch the picture. A user can do nearly everything wanted, instantly. And it’s all enabled by a new user interface design.

Radical redesign
Every aspect of Windows 8 is intensely personal, offering a totally modern reworking of the traditional Windows OS, and combining private and professional worlds, whether a person uses a tablet, laptop, desktop, all-in-one or server. It doesn’t matter what architecture run, whether it’s Win8 x-86 or ARM – the new user interface is based on Microsoft’s Metro design language, and it’s used right across the range.

So what does it look like? Windows has finally embraced the touchcentric, single-focus model users may recognize from the Windows Phone or Apple’s iPad. The key message here is “personal”: it’s clean, friendly, modern and intuitive, and a person is able to switch effortlessly between all the things needed to be done, whether he is using it for professional or personal purposes. All he has to do is touch it.

A person can use a favorite photo for his login – just touch it with a personalized, secure way and he’s logged on.

Once logged on, users see the tile-based Start screen, or Home screen, where there are customizable tiles which they can shrink, enlarge and move around and link to apps and desktop programs. These tiles are always connected, so a person is always able to update information and content.

To access the toolbar, just swipe a finger up the right of the screen, and five icons, or “charms” appear, which represent all the essential things that can be done with Windows: access the system and app-related functions, share and search. Want to access the more familiar Windows desktop environment? Simply touch a tile in the tile “mosaic” so normal desktop apps can be run. It’s all been designed to make the work experience easier, quicker and smoother.

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About eMazzanti Technologies
eMazzanti’s team of trained, certified experts provide 24x7 outsourced IT support to help ensure business productivity, address challenges of growth, mobility, cloud computing and critical business continuity and disaster recovery demands. The consultant has special expertise in financial, architectural, engineering, construction, government, educational, legal services, accounting, marketing communications, and healthcare market segments. Flexible support plans range from fixed-fee, around-the-clock network management where eMazzanti functions as an extension of a businesses’ IT staff to a custom-solution provider on an as-needed basis. eMazzanti serves the Hoboken, NJ and NYC area markets as well as regional, national and international business support requirements . The IT firm is Microsoft's 2012 Partner of the Year and on-going Gold Partner, a four-time recipient of WatchGuard's Partner of the Year award and has achieved the Inc. 5000 list for the third year in a row. For more information contact: Carl Mazzanti 201-360-4400 or emazzanti.net. Twitter: @emazzanti , Facebook: Facebook.com/emazzantitechnologies.

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