The titular application constitutes a set of services for Microsoft cloud that include a file server. Smooth growth of this product, whose aim is to prepare users for the forthcoming new Windows, is however flawed by controversies that concern privacy issues.
I am sure everyone of you heard about cloud computing and the profits it brings. This is why Windows Server 2012 (codenamed "Windows Server 8") should get your attention.
Windows 8 Consumer Preview comes with lots of changes to the interface. One of the main thing I dislike in Metro is lack of good old "Start" menu. Fortunately there is a solution for that:) Stardock released a Windows 8 tweak named Start8, which adds the "Start" menu to the Windows 8 taskbar and enables quick access and searching of installed applications. In addition it allowes you to perform "Run.." and "Shutdown..." via the right-click menu. The new start button image can be changed to a custom one. You can get it from here.