It is at times as this that I wish that Microsoft would make it impossible for people to leak information about the upcoming operating system. Not because I’m not excited about what the new operating system brings, but about the unfair advantage that some websites get by posting screenshots and other information.
The full Windows 8 installation process from an early M3 build leaked yesterday on Chris123’s NT Corner. It shows screenshots of a stylish installation process that seems to guide the user through the installation by suggestion recommended settings.
Windows 8 will for instance use recommended security, network and locale settings unless you select to customize those options. Most users on the other hand will probably go with the default settings which means that they won’t have to do lots of configuring during installation to install Windows 8.
If you want, you can keep the default recommendations which would mean that you would only had to enter the Windows 8 product key and a name for the computer to complete the installation.All Galleries | Windows 7 Galleries | Windows 8 Galleries