Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview with Bing Betta Fish

Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview with Bing Betta Fish

Microsoft’s Bing Beta home page which was designed specifically for publicity of Windows 8Consumer Preview“, includes a swimming fighting fish on the search engine screen called the “Betta Fish” by Jeff Hutchens and show various links to see what’s new with the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.

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The Bing Beta search engine main page shows some of the newest features of Windows 8 like the new and improved Internet Explorer; the “Connect to the cloud” feature, where you can take apps, files, and settings wherever you go; FAQs or frequenly asked question about the Windows 8 Consumer Preview; and a link to the “Building Windows 8 blog”, where you can get an inside look from the Windows engineering team as they develop the Windows 8, see the Windows 8 beta leaked screenshots.

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Also found with the Bing Betta Fish is what’s new with the Windows 8 consumer Preview, Windows Store – a place to discover great apps, and the Windows Dev Center which has all the tools you need to start coding your own apps.

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