Windows 9 is in full development, and slated to arrive next year. But reports indicate that not everything is rosy in the state of Redmond – and China is to blame.
The Seattle Times are running a series of articles interviewing top Microsoft executives, who describe the company’s design direction for future OSes. And their vision is to create the largest software project in history.
Lifehacker has a great article published, about the lesser known, but equally important Windows utilities, that everyone should have ready in a time of need.
I know that there are quite a few of you out there that still refuse to join us in this decade and use Windows XP. Yes, the OS that was released back in 2001. Unfortunately though, Microsoft ended support for the operating system a while ago, meaning XP will not receive any new updates any more. But, there is a way around that, and it was simply a matter of time before someone found a workaround.
Windows XP. Oh how we loved thee. But yes, it’s time to finally move on. I mean I get it, really. The vast majority of people started getting into computers and the Internet in the 2000s – and guess which operating system was popular back then. But you do realise that it was released in 2001, right? 13 years ago. Which is ancient history in computer standards. For those of you who are older, that’s like using MSDOS 3.30 right about when Windows 98 was released. Oh wait, some of you did
One of the reasons I started posting in my blog often, believe it or not, is the new Windows Live Suite, which was released a few days ago. The Live Suite includes programs such as Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Writer, Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Gallery. Here’s a snip from the report eWeed did: Microsoft has officially taken the beta moniker off the next generation of its Windows Live services, which it launched at events in New York and Los Angeles on Nov. 6. This new generation of Windows Live will be available in 36 languages and 59 countries...