I’ve covered about Windows 8 Pre-Beta (developer preview) in several posts and I’ve also written quite a number of tutorials related to Windows 8 which include tutorial on how to run it along (dual boot) smoothly with your current Windows OS, how to hibernate in Windows 8, how to reset and refresh Windows 8 and many other tips. The previously released Windows 8 trial is meant for developer but now Windows 8 has reached the next mileage in its development with the release of Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
I just finished downloading Windows 8 Consumer Preview and currently exploring the changes and new features introduced on it as compared to the developer preview. From a brief glimpse into the latest Windows 8, there are good and bad aspects of it which will be covered in another post. Yes, it looks much better but it is still a long way to go before Windows 8 is ready for public debut. You can expect more tutorials and posts related to Windows 8 in this week and the next from eches.net.
For what it’s worth, Windows 8 Consumer Preview is getting much more response than initially anticipated especially from computer community. One of the simplest ways to gauge the responsiveness of people towards the upcoming of Windows 8 is through the download count of the Consumer Preview. Windows 8 Consumer Preview is definitely a hot deal, not doubt about it. After 24 hours the release of the official download links to the public, the download count has effortlessly passed the 1 million downloads milestone. Many tech sites have recently covered about Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
I think you should give it a try because the responses received from the community are encouraging and warm. You can get the copy of Windows 8 Consumer Preview from the official page in the links below.