Windows 8 Moorea app reveals a sliver of its tablet-friendly interface
What we had no idea about, though, was how these might look together on a tablet. Now, thanks to a few leaked screenshots of an app (sorry, we mean program again) called Moorea, which seems to be a test addition to Microsoft Office, we have a notion how the rug ties the room together, as they used to say in the Big Lebowski movie.
Moorea seems to be an app for advanced note-taking, while throwing together info from various sources - text, graphics, pictures, and so on. The resulting story can seemingly be exported in HTML format for loading in any browser.
It warms our hearts to see that Microsoft is coming out with concepts for completely new stuff, tailored from the onset for the tablet experience, instead of just reworking the old guard. Now if only Redmond hurries up with the Windows 8 tablet prototype it promised for June preview, we'd be content.
source: Windows8Italia via MicrosoftNews
2. Backslider (unregistered) posted on 17 May 2011, 14:15 0 0
Looks like Silverlight running out of browser to me. MS added "out of browser" back in Silverlight 3, much like adobe Air runs "out of browser Flash".
4. TDroid21 posted on 17 May 2011, 17:31 0 0
Too aerly to give any notion as this is still in its concept stae. Let's wait till microsoft makes an official release. Then we can start grinding a meanced meat out of it.. Hmmm yumm!! LoL
6. pr0vider1 (unregistered) posted on 29 May 2011, 11:47 0 0
"minced" meat, please...