Microsoft Windows 8 vs. Windows RT
That fact isn’t evident at first glance. Microsoft gave both very similar user interfaces. Both have the touch-friendly, tiles-based Start screen (what used to be called Metro) and, when doing simple tasks, their “look and feel” is essentially identical. Each can be used for the tasks most people do every day: Internet access, email, and working with Microsoft Office files.
Apples and Oranges
However, at heart these two operating systems are profoundly dissimilar, as they were created to run on two very different processors. This affects many aspects of devices running them.
Windows 8 is…
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