Posts Tagged ‘Windows 8’

Windows 8: Microsoft May Soon Cash In On The Expiry Of Old OS Support

on Microsoft Windows, Operating Systems | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 24.01.2013

Windows 8 may have had a difficult start and may even continue to struggle, but this may be a much improved year for Microsoft’s latest OS. Microsoft has made it clear that any Windows…

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Windows 8 Suffers As Tablets Are Eradicating The Average PC Purchase

on Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Windows 8, Operating Systems | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 15.01.2013

This beautiful large screen Windows 8 demonstration at CES 2013 is an excellent example of the beauty Windows 8 possesses. The problem is, no one really knows enough about it and most of that…

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Microsoft Chooses To Skip Attending CES 2013 And Samsung Decides To Skip On Selling Microsoft

on Microsoft Windows, Operating Systems | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 13.01.2013

Many have to be wondering at the moment, “What on earth it Microsoft thinking?” CES is by far America’s largest technology convention and it’s the prime location to show and be seen any new…

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A New Windows RT Jailbreak That Allows Users To Run Legacy Windows Apps – A “Vulnerability” Welcomed By Many

on Microsoft Windows, Mobile, Operating Systems, Tablet | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 10.01.2013

Although in the video, Microsoft claims “Windows 8: Free To Be Me”, many people would like to be free to use whatever applications they would like on Microsoft tablets, and it may now be…

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Windows 8 & Microsoft: The PC Isn’t Dead & Neither Are We Just Yet

on Microsoft Windows, Operating Systems | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 09.01.2013

CES 2013: 9 New PCs Built for Windows 8 Although Microsoft is struggling in the mobile market, it’s PC conquest over the years has put it in just about every home and business imaginable.As…

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