Posted by: Tony Bradley
16-bit, 32-bit, ISO support, legacy support, Windows 7, Windows 8
Windows 7 still hasn’t lost that “new operating system smell”, but it’s never too early to start listing the features and functions that are missing, or the annoying elements that you wish weren’t there, so Microsoft has a running to-do list to work with as it begins early development of Windows 8.
This blog post has begun just such a Windows 8 wish list which, fittingly enough, contains eight items thus far. I couldn’t agree more with the need to drop legacy 16-bit and 32-bit support, and to include the ability to create, open, and otherwise work with, .ISO files natively.
What would you add to the Windows 8 wish list?