By Windows Talk
Is Windows 8 a Good Fit for You?
With the release of Microsoft’s latest operating system just around the corner, it’s a question that many PC users are asking.
But PC users are a diverse group, and that means the answer to this question isn’t really one that can be answered with a concrete yes or no. Because everyone’s needs are different, some people might be better served by upgrading their operating system than others.
That’s why we’ll use this post to look at some of the new features that are coming. At the end, you’ll be able to answer the question of “Should I upgrade to Windows 8?” and know for certain whether or not the upgrade will be worth it for you.
Windows 8 Has a Lot of New Features, but Do They Fit Your Computer Use?
When it comes to a new version of anything, there are always new features that come with it. The question then becomes one of whether or not those new features are things you’ll actually use if you do upgrade.
When it comes to Windows 8, look at some of these more popular features and see whether or not they are things you’ll use.
Windows 8 keeps that in mind with its new file history system that makes automatic backups whenever there are changes to your files.
This means that you can easily retrieve previous versions of documents that you keep stored. This is an extremely useful feature to have, but might not be something that very casual PC users take advantage of very often.
This could be good for many business users, but personal users might not find this helpful until more people adopt the system, which could take some time.
Shared with permission from Windows Talk.