What’s new in Windows8 and How it works

Windows 8 LogoMicrosoft, one of the biggest company in every field whether Windows OS, Mobile world, or Computer Hardware/Software. And one of the riskiest product i.e. Windows 8. As with any change, some critics believe Windows 8 could be the death of Microsoft, while others are certain to believe it the company’s savior.

But What’s new and How it works ? We’ve divided this discussion into several parts. Here are some of the biggest features of Windows8. Lets discuss them : Continue reading



Its been quiet for the past few days with regards to Windows 8, but that doesnt mean Windows 8 fanatics have stopped working. Italian website Windows8Italia have opened a .dll file that hints Microsoft will incorporate Kinect technology into Windows 8. It should come as no surprise that Microsoft will try to find overlaps in its Kinect technology with its other product lines, considering how ahead of the time its technology is. Continue reading

What to Expect: Windows 8

It started with an accidental posting on Microsoft’s Dutch website saying Windows 8 was two years away from hitting the market. Then there were a few slides at the recent Microsoft Professional Developers Conference suggesting the next release of the Windows Server OS, which typically arrives just after a desktop edition debuts, was due in 2012. To add to the titillation, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, when interviewed at the Gartner Symposium, said the next version of the Windows desktop would be “Microsoft’s riskiest upcoming product.” Continue reading

Windows 8 Coming in 2012?

Just as you were getting comfortable with Windows 7, though recently Microsoft Netherlands team on the occasion of first Birthday of Windows 7, has posted on the official news site ,that Windows 8 will hit the market in about 2 years time.A leaked document from Microsoft indicates that Windows 8 might feature a faster startup, an App Store, integrated web applications, improved digital media support (including AVC HD and 3D video), faster resumes from low-power states, and USB 3.0 and Bluetooth 3.0 support.

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Microsoft releases Beta version of Internet Explorer 9

Microsoft officially released a beta version of Internet Explorer 9, after some months IE9 becomes the built-in browser in all the PCs.The most striking difference between this browser release and the IEs of old is the new user interface.Internet Explorer 9 will arrive either later this year or early 2011The number two and three browser vendors have all sped up their development cycles. Chrome is releasing new code every six to eight weeks, and Mozilla is committed to pushing out new Firefox releases every six months. Microsoft has made no mention of its intent to speed up its own browser release schedule, so its likely Internet Explorer 10 is a year or two off. Meanwhile, the competition will continue to deliver improvements at a pace that far outstrips Microsoft. Continue reading