Microsoft today demoed the startup time for its new work-in-process operating system, Windows 8. The key difference in the way Windows 8 shutdowns is that instead of closing the kernel session the way Windows 7 does, Windows 8 will hibernate […]
There were some Windows users who were really worried about Windows 8 offering a Metro style UI only, seeing all the images on the Internet. Well there is good news for all. Windows 8 will offer the Metro style user […]
To-date all we heard from Microsoft about Windows 8 officially was silence – except ofcourse the preview at the D9 conference. But it looks like Microsoft is now all ready to start a dialog about its next iteration of its operating […]
Microsoft today at the D9 Conference demonstrated Windows 8. It is the first time that Microsoft decided to talk officially about Windows 8 or Windows Next. What it has disclosed is an amazing new UI, which none of the rumor […]
Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said Monday, at a Developers Conference in Japan, that Windows 8 or Windows Next is scheduled to be released in 2012. He also promised that the upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango update will include around […]
Today during a press conference held ahead of CES, Microsoft gave everyone a sneak peek of their next Operating System, Windows 8. The most exciting news is that Windows 8 will support System On a Chip(SOC) architectures including ARM-based systems […]
Next month, at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft will be presenting a slew of new slates that it hopes will offer some competition to the Apple iPad, which has quickly become the leader in this market.
Information has been leaked on the internet detailing Microsoft’s plans for Windows 8. The leaked slide decks are chock full of internal thinking on Windows 8; everything from customer target audiences to the Windows 8 developer market to the Windows […]
In one of the posts on the MSDN Blogs, the product manager working along with the Windows Update team discussed about what’s coming in the next version of Windows. The post appears to have now been removed by Microsoft.