Thursday, October 25, 2012

Microsoft windows

  • Microsoft debuts Windows 8 and opens Windows Store for apps

    Microsoft today officially launched Windows 8 and the new Windows Store. The company said Windows 8, its latest operating system, will be available for purchase online and in stores today starting at $39.99.

  • Windows 8? It Won't Win Microsoft's Biggest Battle

    As Microsoft readies the release of its Windows 8 operating system, the company is facing some tough questions about whether Windows is going to remain the world's most popular desktop operating system or slowly fade away. But there's another battle ...

  • Microsoft kicks off Windows 8, Surface in NYC

    Presenters include Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer; Windows chief Steven Sinofsky; Julie Larson-Green, the executive in charge of Windows Program Management; Michael Angiulo, who heads the Windows Client and Ecosystem Team; and Panos Panay, ...

  • Microsoft Windows 8: What you need to know before buying

    This week, Microsoft Corp. will release a new version of its Windows operating system, one designed to make desktop and laptop computers work more like tablets.

  • Microsoft's Windows 8 event webcast: What we need to see and hear

    If you're looking for a way to describe Windows 8 to your less tech-literate friends and family, you might direct them to Microsoft's website Thursday morning, 11:15 am Eastern time. The company will be webcasting the first hour of a nearly day-long ...

  • Microsoft is risking an $18 billion empire on Windows 8

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Windows has been Microsoft's most reliable cash cow for nearly three decades. The software giant is gambling all of that success on what it deems to be the company's future: a radically redesigned Windows 8. Windows is the ...

  • Android to overtake Microsoft Windows in 2016: Gartner

    Google's Android operating system will be used on more computing devices than Microsoft's Windows within four years, data from research firm Gartner showed on Wednesday, underlining the massive shift in the technology sector.

  • Microsoft Windows 8 Surfaces as Challenge to Apple Mobile

    On the eve of Windows 8's release, Microsoft is facing the risk of being left behind again by another technological wave -- the rise of mobile computing in the form of tablets and smartphones, led by Apple Inc. (AAPL)'s iPhone and iPad.

  • Best Buy to use Microsoft's Windows 8 launch to lure customers to exclusive PCs

    NEW YORK -- Confused by Windows 8? Best Buy hopes it can help. The consumer-electronics retailer is hoping to capitalize on the launch of Windows 8. It's trying to lure customers with exclusive computers and staffers trained to explain and demonstrate ...

  • Tech focus now on Microsoft Windows 8, Surface tablet

    SEATTLE (Reuters) - Firm sales numbers for Microsoft Corp's Windows 8 and its new Surface tablet will not be available for three months, but it may be clear long before then if it has a hit on its hands.

  • Microsoft unveils 'reimagined' Windows 8 and new tablet

    Microsoft has unveiled a revamped version of its flagship Windows system designed for increasingly mobile consumers and previewed Surface, its entry into the hot tablet market.

  • Windows' Worst Mistakes: From Clippy To Vista

    The "office assistant" could serve as the poster child for Microsoft's questionable choices since releasing Windows Version 1.0 on November 20, 1985. Initially released with Office 97, Clippy was supposed to help users with routine tasks, such as ...

  • Microsoft's Windows 8: Pondering the launch scenarios

    Microsoft launches Windows 8 this week the company's mobile and tablet strategy depends on how the operating system is received.

  • Windows Phone 8 decision time: Samsung, HTC, or Nokia

    Next Monday we will see the official Microsoft Windows Phone 8 full reveal and at this time I am planning on making the day trip down to San Francisco to see everything in person and get some hands-on time with the devices.

  • Microsoft says it put 1.24 billion hours into testing Windows 8

    Microsoft (MSFT) on Thursday officially launched its Windows 8 operating system at a media event in New York City. Steven Sinofsky, president of the company's Windows and Windows Live division, noted that a record 1.24 bilion hours of extensive public ...

  • Windows 8 review: Microsoft (MSFT) completely different look and feel could ...

    Windows 8 review: Microsoft (MSFT) completely different look and feel could turn off some buyers. windows_8_20120815100524_JPG.

  • Microsoft Windows 8 Launch

    The launch of one of the most anticipated operating systems will be supported by a wide range of goodies here in our CCL Showroom this Friday ( 26th October).

  • Windows Surface RT: Microsoft's greatest hardware fiasco ever?

    You may know him as the guy behind Paul Thurrott's Supersite for Windows, arguably the best Windows-specific Web site in the world.

  • Microsoft Windows 8 launch campaign to feature parkour in Asia-Pacific

    SHANGHAI - Microsoft engaged JWT Shanghai to create campaign materials for the Asia-Pacific part of its global Windows 8 launch campaign, which will be rolling out across 42 countries tomorrow. In an apparently premature blog post (which appeared here ...

  • Microsoft hails Windows 8 milestone

    Steven Sinofsky, president of the Windows division at Microsoft, told the US launch that Windows 8 was "computing for the next billion people" and marked the shift from Windows 95 to the age of touchscreens, smartphones and social networking. He said ...

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