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Windows 8.2 Pro by nik255 Windows 8.2 Pro by nik255
This concept should illustrate what Microsoft Windows 8.2 could be like. You see a rework of the Windows Desktop environment , the return of Aero Glass, the possibility to pin Modern UI App Tiles to the Desktop and to run Modern UI Apps in floating windows on the Desktop (here: Games for Windows) - What do you think about it?

I would be very grateful if one or the other could give a feedback. If you like my concept, share it ;) Thanks in advance :)

Niklas Lv


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Besides you might like my Windows 8.2 Enterprise Preview concepts:

Version 1: nik255.deviantart.com/art/Wind…

and

Version 2: nik255.deviantart.com/art/Wind…
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:iconkw259:
Where did you get those icons?
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:iconnik255:
nik255 Feb 10, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
I have created these icons ;)
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:iconkw259:
Oh, Because I'm making a working Windows 9 concept and these icons would fit it just fine!
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stelios53 Jan 25, 2014  Student Photographer
MICROSOFT PLEASE DO THIS!
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:iconrevengex360:
revengex360 Dec 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
WOW WOW WOOOOOOOOOOOOW OMG OMG OMG WTF WTF WTF ( NOT JOKING )!!!
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:iconntim007:
I like it but you shouldn't use Aero Lite for the Windows style, looks unfinished with it.
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:iconpulagatha:
If each window is it's own program what does the back button in the upper left corner do?
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XmMaster Jul 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
so bad that there are so much ideas to make a windows os but this stupid Microsoft won't listing to peoples
anyway good concept
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:iconizzuthug:
Nice. Definitely wish they had tabs natively supported though there is a program that allows you to implement it. Also, I have the ribbon disabled at the moment not because I don't use it but because it leaves so much unused white space. I like in this concept how it reduces it significantly.
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