Leaked images of the new Windows 8 Retail packaging have made their way to the web earlier on this week. The colourful retail boxes are quite simple and showcase different flavours of the Windows 8 logo
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Microsoft have landed on a new name for “Metro” and it’s quite simply just Windows 8. Microsoft were forced to abandon the Metro code name due to alleged copyright infringements
Microsoft have been forced to kill of the Metro name from it’s new operating system – Windows 8 over a potential trademark dispute
Intel have written about the various sensors that will be required in Windows 8 Ultrabooks and Hybrids. Hybrid ultrabooks will be required to have all 5 sensors
Microsoft have set the date for the developers BUILD conference as October 30th. They are brining the conference to their home town in Washington this time around
Some more screenshots of the Windows 8 RTM have been leaked. They show that Microsoft are continuing to implement their metro ui across the whole OS
Microsoft has recorded it’s first ever loss in history this last quarter. Microsoft have never recorded a loss since becoming a public company 26 years ago
Microsoft could face some hefty fines if the current investigations being carried out by the EU prove to be true
Microsoft may be dropping the full retail version of Windows 8 and instead only offer Windows 8 as an upgrade or an OEM package
Acer will be offering their customers a free upgrade to Windows 8 if they purchase a Windows 7 powered machine now. They will refund the $14.99 that Microsoft are charging for the upgrade
Windows and Mac have seemed to be the only operating systems that were worth paying attention to. All of that seems to be changing, however, as Linux becomes ever the more prevalent in the tech world.
Windows 7 has finally claimed more than 50% of the operating system marketshare, nearly 3 years after its release. How will Windows 8 fair when its released?
Microsoft have released a security fix it that removes desktop gadgets from Windows 7 and Windows Vista which has a security flaw that could allow remote code execution
PcMag carried out a variety of tests to see what the difference is between Windows 8 and Windows 7. The results show that Windows 8 has significantly improved boot times and browser performance
Microsoft has shared details of the different upgrade paths available to Windows 8 with some of it’s industry partners. However they haven’t officially informed the public as of yet
Microsoft have changed the name of the Windows Explorer back to File Explorer in one of the latest builds of Windows 8. Is this just a random change or is their a reason Microsoft did this?
Windows 8 is expected to be Released To Manufacturing (RTM) by the end of July according to well known Windows enthusiast
This is a guide to show you how to set up a picture password in Windows 8. This is a new feature in Windows 8