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Apr
14

Windows 8.1 Update 1 installation problems continue | bit-tech.net

Released earlier this month, Windows 8.1 Update 1 introduces a number of tweaks and improvements to Microsoft's flagship OS including user experience enhancements for those who eschew touch-screen interfaces in favour of the … of the Start Menu which was removed in Windows 7 after its introduction way back in 1995's Windows 95 and 1996's Windows NT 4.0, has been held back for a future release the mandatory nature of Windows 8.1 Update 1 makes it …

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Apr
12

Microsoft Surface Mini: Rumors, News, Release Date, and More …

… and the LG G Pad. Noted Microsoft watcher Paul Thurrott tweeted soon after the Wall Street Journal article was published, that he was told the “next Surface is an 8-inch model, not 7 -inches.” In September 2013, Mary Jo Foley, writing for ZDNet, said sources had informed her the launch of the Mini range had been delayed until spring 2014.

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Apr
9
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Microsoft pulls Windows 8.1 Update 1 from WSUS | bit-tech.net

Many of these address criticisms regarding the user experience, which many still claim is weaker than Windows 7 when used on a device without a touch-screen display. Although some enhancements are being held back for future release – in particular the reintroduction of the Start Menu, dropped in Windows 8 in favour of the tile-based Start Screen – it's considered a major update for the platform.

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Apr
3
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Microsoft finally admits defeat, will bring Start menu back in future …

As you can see, the left side of the Start menu remains virtually unchanged from Windows 7 , and the Shut Down button is right where it ought to be, instead of hidden behind a few awkward gestures and clicks. On the right side … Given Windows 8′s poor adoption and tarnished reputation, I wouldn't be surprised if Microsoft rushes to release Windows 9 — but who knows, maybe it will stick to its guns and push out Windows 8.1 Update 2 later this year.

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Mar
30
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Windows Blackcomb / Vienna (Codenames)

Sneak preview of the future Windows system beyond the next Windows Vista!! (Codename was changed from Blackcomb to Vienna.)

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Windows Blackcomb / Vienna (Codenames)

Mar
28
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Mar
26
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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Windows XP Shutdown: Why …

Released for general usage on October 25, 2001 it has been Microsoft's most successful product till date . Although it has been succeeded by Windows Vista, Windows 7 , Windows 8 and Windows 8. 1, none of them have been …

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Mar
21
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Microsoft announces DirectX 12 at GDC 2014 | bit-gamer.net

Introduced back in 1995 as the Windows Games SDK, DirectX is a collection of application programming interfaces (APIs) that allow developers to abstract themselves away from the hardware in a system. …. SimoomiZ 7 hours ago

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Mar
17
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UK banks buying extended Windows XP support from Microsoft for …

Though many consumers and government institutions are rushing to migrate from Windows XP as the April 8 cutoff date for Microsoft support fast approaches, five of the UK's largest banks are joining a growing number of institutions that will pay …

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