Windows 7 isn’t even halfway through its life cycle just yet, and here we have more news of Windows 8 – apparently, when it ships, there is a possibility of it featuring a radical revision of the interface for higher-end users. You might see the end of the Aero interface, which will be replaced by Wind alongside a fully 3D interface. The user interface itself will be entirely adaptive, where one is able to change icons, shortcuts and perhaps other elements to streamline day-to-day use. Of course, Windows 8 is tipped to be a resource hog as well with additional demand on memory, not to mention having to have at least 170MB of video memory. Looks like the next upgrade path you take will require you to dig deeper than normal into your savings.