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You can grab the update now if you're feeling adventurous.
It's time to go people. The Windows XP party will be over soon.
A Microsoft UX designer talks about why we need the Start Screen in Windows 8.
The previous Tutorial: http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1834397/ssd-redirecting-static-files.html was good for Windows 7 and Windows 8. ...
Could this help or kill the Windows Phone platform?
Update 1 seems to cater to the mouse and keyboard user.
More Windows 8.1 rumors to chew on.
Unnamed sources are shaking up our Windows 8 roadmap.
Looks like the "Metro" apps will invade the desktop in the next Windows 8 update.
Bringing seven back.
Windows leaker WZOR believes Windows 9 will arrive later this year.
Microsoft is pulling the plug on the preview build of Windows 8.1
Microsoft is reportedly trying to distance itself from Windows 8.
This model has the Pentium N3510.
That's probably wishful thinking.
Threshold is expected to be Blue's sequel.
And in the darkness bind them.
This dual-mode laptop can bend over backwards for you.
A new Windows 8.1 tablet with Lumia branding.
Sounds like we may never see Windows 8 gamers battling against Xbox One owners in real time.
Microsoft is pushing Windows 8 users to stay updated.
That's a lot of moolah.