Elinext Supports Windows 8

Marina Astapchik
IT Trends Research Specialist
October 30, 2012

Elinext Group, a globally acting provider of custom software development and IT consulting services, aligns its expertise with the latest tech trends regarding Microsoft Windows 8 and its other innovative solutions

October 30, 2012. Recognizing the imminent demand for Windows 8-ready software and particularly Windows apps, Elinext Group paves the way to providing customers with related software development services.

A great number of users around the world are taking advantage of this or that version of the Windows operating system from Microsoft. The corporation’s latest product, i.e. Windows 8, is expected to bring a seismic shift in the tech-savvy world.

The operating system contains over 300 new features, including better support for multiple monitors, file copying enhancement, new control panel, Internet Explorer 10, support for USB 3.0, and immersive Metro-style UI. The touch-and-tile interface is designed to focus on the content, information, and movement.

“At Elinext Group, we are incredibly excited about the innovations from Microsoft. I mean here Windows 8 itself, Surface, Xbox Kinect, SkyDrive, Dynamics ERP and CRM, as well as integration of Hadoop in Azure. I am convinced these solutions are of great interest to both consumers and developers on the global scale,” said Vladimir Antonovitch, CTO of Elinext Group.

Though Windows 8 will be compatible with traditional Windows software, programs will require recompilation in order to run efficiently on tablets and mobile devices. “Some of our customers already ask us to make their software Windows 8-ready. Elinext Group’s expertise in both ARM and x86/64 environments, reinforced by our intimate familiarity with various versions of the Windows, makes us a good fit for customers. And we have already kicked off,” concluded Vladimir Antonovitch.

For more information, please check out our website:https://www.elinext.com/

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