Android 5.0 Jelly Bean Vs Windows 8 - Behind Google's effort to remove the latest release of Android, which is version Android 5.0 or Jelly Bean (JB), there is a separate mission. One is for the sake of fighting superiority that Windows 8 will reportedly be released this summer.
This is reasonable considering Windows 8 comes with an attractive interface, called the Metro. Moreover, the complementary fact that Android Ice Cream Sandwich, which Google tried to be made to the fragmentation of tablets and smartphones, considered a failure in the market.
As quoted from PocketLint, Sunday (02/19/2012). from one supplier in Taiwan Google, Google is now seriously preparing Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in anticipation of the planned presence of Windows 8 in the third quarter of 2012.
Besides the fact that Android 5.0 will be fully optimized for the tablet PC, a rumor has it that Google Chrome will integrate the system in such a way that the user can perform the dual-boot of Windows 8.
This means that the vendor will be able to choose whether to adopt the only course or adding JB JB into his Windows 8 devices.
More importantly, users who choose a dual-boot will be able to change their operating system without shutting off the device.