Microsoft is clearly planning to bring Metro UI elements to Windows 8, and to unify the overall look and feel of their desktop and mobile operating systems. More evidence of Metro design and a possible Windows 8 Tablet OS version is available from this video uploaded by a Windows enthusiast.
On the one hand, the video gives us a picture of what system settings in general will look like in Windows 8. On the other, the video shows off a Metro UI-style “Webcam Capture Application” that many people have assumed will be used for a front-facing camera on tablets for video-conferencing. The app even has multi-touch controls, another indicator that Windows 8 will support tablets and touch-screen devices.
The main System Settings menu includes General, Time Zone, Search, Wireless settings from where many features can be enabled or disabled. The presence of GPS, Mobile broadband and Bluetooth sub menu is a clear indication that Windows 8 will be available on portable tablet devices. This along with piece of code unearthed by Tom Warren can be a strong indication of ARM based Tablet OS in making.
Checkout the video below.