Ask a Question

what is difference between windows 7 and windows 8?

0 votes
asked Dec 28, 2013 in Websites by anonymous
   

1 Answer

0 votes
Windows 8 has been designed with a full set of motions that work framework wide: swipe from the right to gain access to the Charms menu, swipe from the left to switch between running projects, swipe from the top or base for access to the App bar in Metro apps.by contrast, Windows 7 has a constrained set of touch signals, and touch help is basically a shift for mouse activities. Also, the nature of the touch experience is extraordinarily reliant on outsider fittings and drivers, which are of variable quality.
answered Dec 30, 2013 by kfox Inquisitive Expert (83,500 points)

Categories

ExplainPlease on Facebook

74,537 questions

48,600 answers

1,107 comments

72,971 users

CuriousGirl169,990
BobTheAnswerGuy124,230
smartguy111,120
charlie100,740
bbrown97,580
answerwiz94,860
The.Sage93,460
amanda0192,460
kfox83,500
lsmith82,840
...