Windows 8 Will Come Out With Native USB 3.0 Supports

Software giant Microsoft has recently announced that their brand new upcoming Operating System Windows 8 is coming out in the market wearing the features of native USB 3.0 support – in short something that usually requires separate drivers until this release.

By linking with the above fact in a Building Windows 8 blog post Dennis Flanagan, the director of program management of this device of the company Microsoft, has stated “Our Company is now working hard in order to make this Windows 8 compatible new superfast device.”

On the theoretical point of view this brand new USB 3.0 version is quiet being able to transfer data at a speed of 5GB per second. So, in general point of view this new creation has become one of the main challenges to this software giant company Microsoft, because with the help of this the company usually wants to hold a grip in this competitive market.

In order to deal with the problem Flanagan and his team mates has created “virtual” USB 3.0 devices, which after that they have validated and ran for test with the use of a custom tool, usually known as Zing.

In order to identify thousands of different USB 3.0 devices (which is according to Flanagan more than 1,000), the entire team has created MUTT or Microsoft USB Test Tool –  quite be able to simulate multiple USB device from a single USB thumb drive.

Flanagan has said “Just like humans this device which has appeared very different from the outside is completely different from the inside also.”