Before the public was given access to the builds of Windows 8, they let the employees test it. Called “Dogfooding”, they let the employees use the products to test it in real world working conditions. If they didn’t like it and they work for the company, how could the public where most have no vested interest in the product? Fortunately, the employees liked it!
Business owners should here be confident that their adoption of Windows 8 across their network will have a massive amount of support both inside the software and from Microsoft itself right from the start. This news bit was made more to assure IT users that they’ve tasted the food first before they send it to the restaurant, so to speak, and that it’s more than safe – it’s tasty.