Thursday, October 25, 2012

Windows 8

  • Box joins the Windows 8 party with launch of new app

    The dust is settling on Microsoft's big Windows 8 launch event, but Microsoft isn't the only company with news today.

  • Following 1.2B Hours Of Testing, Windows 8 Available Friday

    "This is the best release of Windows ever," Microsoft Windows chief Steven Sinofsky said at the Windows 8 launch event in New York today.

  • Windows 8 launch: Live blog

    Join on-the-spot Computerworld reporters today at 11 a.m. for the inside blow-by-blow as Microsoft launches its new Windows 8 operating system -- along with a slew of exciting new devices, including tablets, Ultrabooks, hybrid tablet/laptop combos and ...

  • 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.

  • Windows 8 launches, lives up to buzz

    New Delhi: Microsoft today launched its new Operating System (OS), the much awaited Windows 8, in the national capital, about three and a half hours before its launch in the US.

  • SugarSync introduces app for Windows 8 and Windows RT

    SugarSync, the popular cloud storage solution, has announced that they're bringing apps to both Windows 8 and Windows RT.

  • Windows 8 is hard! So say 14 'typical users'

    The firm in question, Foolproof, had 14 "typical users" try out Windows 8 for the first time to see how they fared using the new-look operating system.

  • Intel Is Ready For Windows 8, But More Importantly Ready For The Future

    Intel, a company at the forefront of Windows 8 hardware creation and design, is positioned well among the upcoming flurry of tablets, convertibles, Ultrabooks, and other types of Windows 8 PCs. Intel's chips power a majority of these devices and it ...

  • Windows 8's Internet Explorer 10 Reigns Supreme in Browser Safety Test

    People sometimes ask me, "Why do I have to buy security software? Shouldn't the operating system keep nasty programs out?

  • Gigabyte joins Windows 8 party with tablet, ultrabook, and gaming laptops

    Gigabyte on Thursday introduced its Windows 8 lineup, including a slate, a convertible ultrabook and gaming laptops—all of which are powered by Intel processors.

  • 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.

  • Windows 8 for the Enterprise: What the Early Adopters Say

    As Microsoft launches Windows 8 today, CIOs are figuring out what to make of the most dramatic overhaul of the operating system since 1995—and perhaps ever.

  • Windows 8: Make-or-break moment for Microsoft CEO

    Windows 8 is designed to run on PCs and tablet computers, heralding the biggest change to the industry's dominant operating system in at least 17 years.

  • Netflix On Windows 8 Arrives Just In Time

    Like the previously detailed Windows 8 apps, Netflix says that their app has been specifically crafted with the new operating system in mind.

  • Amazon introduces Kindle app for Windows 8

    Tomorrow is the day that Windows 8 finally arrives, so it isn't any surprise that we're seeing companies push their apps for the new OS out the door today.

  • AMD says more Windows 8 tablets with its chips coming

    Advanced Micro Devices hopes to brush off a slow start to compete against ARM and Intel in the Windows 8 tablet market through new customer announcements and future chips.

  • Windows 8: The road to RTM

    The first prerelease version of Windows 8 was the Developer Preview (DP), which was shown off at Microsoft's 2011 BUILD conference.

  • Will Windows 8 make an impact in China?

    As the world awaits the October 26 release of the new Windows 8, I'm curious what kind of impact it will have in China.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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