Windows 8 to Introduce 'Direct Experience Platform', Microsoft Patent

TweetA Microsoft patent describes the "Direct Computing Experience" in the company's vision, noting that a Windows 8 platform could be tailored to run in specific modes, different from the general purpose operating mode. The patent goes describes that how sometimes a laptop is used for watching movies on DVD but since the laptop is more […]

A Microsoft patent describes the "Direct Computing Experience" in the company's vision, noting that a Windows 8 platform could be tailored to run in specific modes, different from the general purpose operating mode. The patent goes describes that how sometimes a laptop is used for watching movies on DVD but since the laptop is more than the DVD players available in the market, the experience is different.

Microsoft plans to make the computer go into reduced functionality mode or in a sand boxed mode in case you plan to use it for a specific consumer electronic applications, such as the DVD player.

Reference: Patent

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