With the dust settling over Windows 8′s grand launch, t’s worth asking: has it worked? Will the new OS crack the IT market, in Asia and elsewhere?
Microsoft is pulling out all the stops with Windows 8. For the tech giant, it’s not just another operating system, it’s a complete shift in direction.
Microsoft’s Windows 8 looks promising in its security feature review by software security expert Chris Valasek.
Windows Phone 8 shares much of its code with Microsoft Windows 8, making it easier for developers to write programs for different types of devices.
You’ve got to hand it to Microsoft’s marketing team. The tech press hadn’t been this excited for an announcement since, well, the last Apple launch.
Microsoft has launched the Surface tablet, which will be powered by its upcoming Windows 8 system and contain a choice of an Intel or ARM-based processor.
Ultrabook sales soared 248 percent and prices dipped 10 percent from Q1 last year, marking an exciting trend in the thin and light computer sector.
Samsung shows off the Samsung Series 5 and Series 7 Hybrid PCs at the Computex 2012, both running on Windows 8 with Intel processors.
The Asus Taichi Ultrabook doubles as a Windows 8 tablet, and succeeds the Asus Zenbook Prime as the Taiwanese company’s flagship Ultrabook.
Microsoft has announced its version nomenclature for Windows 8, which will include Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro & Windows RT for tablets & ARM-based devices.