(Thanks to the anonymous tipster whom indicated that the below poll is “pretty darn accurate” in terms of what’s being discussed internally.) Michael Pietroforte at 4sysops emailed me about a month ago, wanting to run a cross-technical-blog poll of sorts, garnering feedback to potentially help shape Windows 8. I agreed to participate, it sounded neat. I mean, it can’t hurt, right? Worst case, Microsoft simply ignores the whole thing.
Here’s how it works: Scroll down and follow the on-screen instructions. It’s pretty simple. At the conclusion of the poll, the results will be gathered from all the participating blogs – actually already done on the backend – and be published. If you have any questions regarding the definition of some poll items, don’t guess – simply refer to Michael’s post. (If Microsoft works on UAC, vice the bare-metal hypervisor, because of an errant vote… I will hurt you.)
Participating blogs: Demonic Talking Skull - markwilson.it - msigeek - Standalone Sysadmin - Teching It Easy: with Windows - The Experience Blog - The things that are better left unspoken - The Windows Club - WindowsPro - Within Windows (you are here) - 7tutorials – 4sysops