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Windows 8 logos?


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I'm not entirely sure what is and isn't official here, but here's a few images I've found that may (or may not) be windows 8 logo-type-deals.

Windows%20News%20Logo%20Thumbnail%208.jpg

windows-8-logo.png

unled1ws.jpg

Based on 'leaked' screencaps, win8 will basically be a slightly tweaked windows 7, I doubt the UI will change drastically.

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chances are the logo will be something similar to the 2nd one you have posted. The first doesn't show the windows logo at all so it seems like a stretch, the 3rd looks a bit dated due to the font. I see something done with the orb/windows logo since they've been using it since vista? I think.

I've seen this one too:

Windows-8-White-Logo.jpg

but covering up half of the windows logo seems like something microsoft wouldn't do and you can clearly see the windows 7 logo in the background (trees in the orange square and dots in the blue) characteristics only used in 7.

I really like Windows 7, the design is great and it is very fast. Only change I think would be cool is more customization.

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chances are the logo will be something similar to the 2nd one you have posted. The first doesn't show the windows logo at all so it seems like a stretch, the 3rd looks a bit dated due to the font. I see something done with the orb/windows logo since they've been using it since vista? I think.

I've seen this one too:

Windows-8-White-Logo.jpg

but covering up half of the windows logo seems like something microsoft wouldn't do and you can clearly see the windows 7 logo in the background (trees in the orange square and dots in the blue) characteristics only used in 7.

I really like Windows 7, the design is great and it is very fast. Only change I think would be cool is more customization.

I saw that one you posted on another site and figured it was a custom job, something about it irked me and I didn't see it on anything that looked official. Anyways, considering the popularity of win7 it's got a lot to build on. I'd like some further options for customization, especially a UI that's stripped down and less resource heavy, or options for customizing your own taskbar, etc.

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chances are the logo will be something similar to the 2nd one you have posted. The first doesn't show the windows logo at all so it seems like a stretch, the 3rd looks a bit dated due to the font. I see something done with the orb/windows logo since they've been using it since vista? I think.

I've seen this one too:

Windows-8-White-Logo.jpg

but covering up half of the windows logo seems like something microsoft wouldn't do and you can clearly see the windows 7 logo in the background (trees in the orange square and dots in the blue) characteristics only used in 7.

I really like Windows 7, the design is great and it is very fast. Only change I think would be cool is more customization.

I saw that one you posted on another site and figured it was a custom job, something about it irked me and I didn't see it on anything that looked official. Anyways, considering the popularity of win7 it's got a lot to build on. I'd like some further options for customization, especially a UI that's stripped down and less resource heavy, or options for customizing your own taskbar, etc.

I was thinking window/taskbar customizing like Google Chrome's browser. I like that you can add different textures/images in the background at the top of the window instead of the vista solid color "glass" effect.

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I personally prefer an opaque background, makes it all more uniform. However, I'm not adverse to something like what you're after - I'd love to see an integrated skin customizer that wasn't some mediocre 3rd party software.

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