Differences: Windows 8 vs. Windows RT Surface

So Windows 8 devices are a floating in the market, which one should you buy? The answer would have many folds to it.

While business users would see Zero benefit with upgrades, the portable entertainment gets a big facelift.

Microsoft wants yo Unify the User Interface across its product line whether you buy a smartphone, a Tablet or a conventional PC – Metro UI to rule them all. Like it or not, but thats how it is going to be.

Windows 8 Flavors for Surface, Laptops

Windows 8 would arrive in three major Flavors: Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, Windows RT. The major difference is between Windows 8 and RT.

Windows 8 is a full-featured Start Screen and desktop environments — and Windows RT, is a mobile environment that runs only Windows Store apps and built-in software. Basically a crippled OS to match iOS on iPad or Android.

The UI is very similar, in fact exactly the same on both of the OS versions/devices. Truth be told Windows RT is a tablet- and mobile-focused OS, while Windows 8 is a full-featured PC operating system.

Windows 8 vs. Windows RT Surface Feature-to-Feature Difference

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