An Ex- Microsoft employee isn’t too happy with what Microsoft have done in Windows 8. So much so that he’s started up a website stating what he’d do to fix Windows 8
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Dell along with the other OEM’s have certainly recognised the potential that Windows 8 holds, and I feel that it will do particularly well on tablets when consumers mess around with the Metro UI.
With Windows 8 it’s a new experience for me. I have had a chance to play around with the developer preview of Windows 8, and while I was slightly impressed by the new Metro UI, I haven’t been completely blown away by the whole experience as I was with Windows 7
This time last year the internal codename for Windows 8 at Microsoft was Windows vNext (Version Next). This is perhaps just to be considered a product codename in the same…
Next week I’ll start writing not just one, but two new Windows 8 books, I’ll find the time somehow and have already booked a nice summer break to recover :} …
According to numerous rumours, but not yet confirmed by Microsoft, the ubiquitous Start button will no longer be available in Windows 8 Consumer Preview, aka Windows 8 Beta.
Microsoft have now announced much more about their plans for Windows 8 running on ARM architecture including the somewhat curious decision to support the full Windows desktop, even though almost…
This is a good time to think about the Microsoft’s experiment with Windows 8 Developer Preview.
ARM’s CEO Warren East recently spoke about how Windows 8 will have an advantage over Android when it comes to tablets once it hits the market. While Android has been an incredible success in the smartphone industry, the pick up rate hasn’t been quite as good in the tablet market. He called Android tablet sales “disappointing” .
Microsofts Kinect has certainly been popular among consumers and hackers a like. Before Microsoft announced an official Kinect SDK, hackers had already managed to get the Kinect sensor running with Windows 7
There is no denying that Bill Gates is one of the greatest entrepreneurs and businessmen of all time. We can all thank Bill Gates for bringing Windows to the masses and changing the way that the everyday normal consumer uses computers.
An article in Zdnet Windows 8 is a big risk to the consumer PC industry made some important points about the status of the PC industry as a whole and…
I have always been a fan of Windows Task Manager as it was a useful tool even in the earlier versions of Windows.
Windows 8 is still nearly a year away from being released and we’re hoping to get a good look at it in the first public beta in about a months time. But many people who haven’t actually downloaded and installed the developer preview don’t know what’s new in Windows 8.
Touch screens are an interesting innovation but they have their drawbacks.
One of the coolest things that we’ve seen come from Windows 8 is the new picture password log on feature. For those of you who don’t know, this is a new method of logging in. It’s quite a cool feature if you ask me, however it’s been slated be some security experts.
Microsoft have developed a little fun web app called let is snow to test the performance of your preferred web browser. And surprise surprise, Internet Explorer 9 seems to be the best one by miles!
here’s been much talk over the new Windows 8 App Store that’s set to be released alongside Windows 8 sometime next year. Microsoft hasn’t given us a chance to have a proper look at it yet, just shown us a few brief demo’s. However it looks like this app store will be a great deal for publishers