Remember back then when Microsoft first released Windows 8, it was severely criticized by a great majority of MS Windows users of not being user-friendly, of how the start menu's gone affects us, for those who want to upgrade your Windows 8 but hold reservation for the poor customer experience, we've something to look up for now, which is that Microsoft has been working on and revealed more details about its reported Windows Blue project, which promised to bring updates to Windows 8 operating system on a regular basis which aims to improve the centerpiece of the new Windows UI, such as start screen, application lifecycle, windowing and personalization, according to a post on the Microsoft Careers site.
An excerpt says: "We're looking for an excellent, experienced SDET to join the Core Experience team in Windows Sustained Engineering. And the Core Experiences features characterize the new Windows UI, representing start screen, application lifecycle, windowing and personalization, pretty much most of what customers touch and see in operating system, for the purpose of enhancing ease of use and the overall user experience on devices and PCs worldwide, Windows Blue pledges to build upon and improve these aspects of OS.
It's also said that multiple Microsoft platforms such as Windows 2012 server, the mobile OS Windows Phone 8 and applications like SkyDrive and Hotmail will be included in Windows Blue Updates. The updates will be launched on a regular basis, which will put an end to years of gap between Windows 7 and Windows 8 with little improvements in between.
Well, after discussing the upside, I'd like to bring about one commonly met problem. For those who is a Windows 8 user or a Windows-8-user-to-be, I want note you in advance that we'll encounter universal problems as much as we do in Windows 7 or other OS, so it's recommendable to create a Windows 8 password reset disk in advance or with Windows Password Recovery if you are locked out of your system, given the experiences gained from what Windows 7, Vista, XP users have encountered.