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Windows 8 system requirements
Minimum requirements for Win 8 are low, in fact almost identical to Windows 7. All you need to get going with the 32-bit edition is a 1GHz CPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a graphics card that supports DirectX 9 (that’s most of them).
Obviously, to get the most out of Microsoft’s new OS there are a few additional requirements. Most crucially, to use Windows 8’s new tile interface (formerly known as Metro), you’ll require touch. Whether this is through a touch screen or monitor, gesture-enabled trackpad or even a touch-enabled Wacom tablet, you’ll need something to let your fingers interact with the OS.
To enable the Windows Store and to run certain apps, you’ll need internet access and a minimum screen resolution of 1,024 x 768 (in other words, your average netbook with a screen res of 1,204 x 600 won’t cut it). To ‘snap’ apps - which refers to automatically resizing two Metro-style apps to view them on the same screen simultaneously - that resolution requirement is upped to a minimum of 1,366 x 768.
Just to check that Microsoft wasn’t being too ‘optimistic’ with its minimum requirements, we installed Windows 8 on an old netbook with an N270 1.6GHz Atom backed by 2GB of RAM, and Win 8 was perfectly usable. In fact, we couldn’t help but notice that it provided a smoother experience than Win 7 on the same machine, even though the latest and greatest Microsoft OS is supposed to be a little harder on the old graphics card.