Keylogger Windows 8
Since the first Apple IPhones appeared and Google successfully conquered the mobile market(at the beginning of 2013 Android's share in the world smartphone sales made up 70%) the position of Microsoft as a leading operating system developer has noticeably shaken. Till the last time Microsoft had just nothing to oppose to operating systems from Google and Apple which were developed especially for touchscreen mobile devices. Microsoft had nothing to do but invent a solution that would make a great difference in comparison with the other products in Windows and Windows Mobile family to catch up with its rivals that has already come much further in this field. And finally Microsoft releases their own touchscreen-oriented OS – Windows 8.
Not so far after the release of new OS there appear updates for a series of Windows applications. E.g., keylogger Windows 8 NeoSpy presented the new version of their computer spying app for Windows 8.
The main feature by which Windows 8 differs from other products of the line is a new touchscreen-oriented interface which is based on interactive blocks that cover the whole screen. Such block-tiles formed by squares and rectangles represent some kind of living shortcuts or widgets that display information about particular objects that can be renewed in a real-time. If such a shortcut is a link to an online-cinema site the shortccut will display the pictures of fresh movie releases, if there is a social network – you can see last news and photos of your friends in the tile. Such widgets are very convenient for displaying weather forecasts, news and RSS-feeds. There can also be links to some particular applications and the other objects depending on the user's choice. Block model provides a fast access to the elements which shortcuts are added on a new desktop. Older versions of keylogger NeoSpy PRO can also run on Windows 8, but we recommend that you upgrade to the latest software version.
Apart from the enhanced usability for touchscreen devices Windows 8 has acquired some other new features. E.g., now you can launch two active windows and use two applications at the same time. The process of choosing from the launched programs has also become much easier. Now it's possible to turn over active apps like book pages – by simply touching the side of the screen and dragging your finger to the center.
The brand-new touchscreen-oriented interface didn't become an obstacle for Microsoft to keep Windows 8 compatibility with the other Windows OSes like 7 or Vista. The Win8 user can easily return to a common active desktop view with the usual shortcuts. To do so you just need to click on the "Desktop" tile to come to the Win7-like desktop. But there is only one difference – instead of "Start" button there is a link to a new block interface in the left bottom corner of the screen.