After the last data, Microsoft will release their next operating system, Windows 8, sometime in late 2012. And it should be compatible with both x86 as well as with the ARM can be used equally well on PC, tablet or smartphone.
But to achieve this goal, people at Microsoft should put in place and more ... fluid and adaptable interface. It seems that they chose to bring to light three interfaces. Aero is the first we had already used prior to Windows 7 and Vista, which will serve as an alternative to familiar for the unknown.
In addition it will be the new interface that will dedicate future Microsoft operating system. It borrows from the one introduced in the Office suite in the 2007 edition. And here we refer to the new arrangement of menus, which was subsequently taken over and the Paint and WordPad, and it seems that they will find a permanent residence in Explorer.
And the third is an adaptation of the interface in Windows Mobile Metro 7, suitable for small displays. It is still uncertain whether Microsoft will Marsa on this multitude of interfaces, leaving the user the opportunity to choose their preferred option, or have not yet decided what will be most suitable for their next operating system.