Microsoft’s new operating system Windows 8 will become available later this month from 26th October. Microsoft on its blog has revealed the pricing for the new OS upgrades. Microsoft is introducing a new tile based design with Windows 8. Windows 8 will also be available with the Surface Tablets which could be possible competition for […]
Microsoft is all set to release Windows 8 for public in the coming weeks. Apparently, the biggest change in Windows 8 seems to be the Metro UI (I know it’s no more called Metro, but let’s keep it like that for simplicity) and apps. I’ve been using this OS for a while now and the […]
Windows 8 has two types of keyboards inbuilt into it, one is the Onscreen keyboard and other is Touch keyboard. Onscreen keyboard is the more or less the same as in Windows 7 but Touch keyboard is a new feature in Windows 8 Touch keyboard in Windows 8 has been designed to deliver a no compromise experience. It has not been only […]
Microsoft is about to release Windows 8 for public – which is a change that not only affects the Windows OS, but literally every Microsoft product, i.e. it’s a full blown change for the company. On the other hand, Apple has lately introduced OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, attempting to add more iPhone-like features to […]
Microsoft might have decided to dump the word “Metro” to describe the UI for Windows but they have remained loyal to the design philosophy in the new minimalist looking logo for Microsoft. The new logo is a lot more simpler and stylish from its previous iteration. The new logo for Microsoft was not surprising as […]
As you know, Windows Live Essentials is a pack of Windows apps which includes Mail, Photo Gallery, SkyDrive, Live Writer and many more. With Windows 8 release not so far away, Microsoft released the preview version of the updated Windows Live Essentials, which is now called ‘Windows Essentials 2012’ i.e. without the ‘Live’ branding. The […]
Microsoft over the pass year or so has pushed it’s new design philosophy as “metro-style”. The new tile based design philosophy is used extensively in Windows 8 and even the recently unveiled email service called Outlook.com. All of a sudden, Microsoft has been asking developers to avoid using the word metro in their apps. It […]
Just a few weeks after the Release preview, Microsoft confirms that Windows 8 is released to manufacture (RTM). That apparently means, the final version of Windows 8 is now available for OEMs to make necessary changes to their existing hardware. It all started with the BUILD conference in September 2011, and now RTM is a […]
Microsoft has entered the tablet wars, not with just a operating system that could run on tablets but unveiling its own range of tablets. The tablets are named as ‘Surface’.
Yesterday, it released details of two tablets Surface Tablet for Windows 8 Pro and Surface Tablet for Windows RT.
Logos are probably the most important identity of a brand. That is why even when companies change their logo, they do not opt for a complete break from the past. As you might know the Microsoft is busy building Windows 8, which might show up on tablets, mobile phones and PCs later this year. Microsoft […]