Windows 8 is getting closer and closer to its final release and people cannot seem to wait for it to come out. The Consumer Preview was made publicly available a few days ago and, if you do not feel like reading into too much detail, you can always read through our quick overview of what you can expect to see in the 8th generation Windows OS. A couple of months ago, we got a chance to get our hands on the new and upcoming OS, in the form of the Developer Preview of course, and we decided to test it
Windows 8 is finally ready to be unveiled after the Consumer Preview. Earlier, the developers at Microsoft unveiled the Developer Preview of the OS but now a few changes have been introduced in this preview. Changes have been made in two dimensions: content and user interface. Windows 8 now supports a touch-centric interface (Metro interface). Also, there are many new touch gestures to be supported for users who use tablets. But don’t worry mouse and keyboard users, there is Microsoft hasn’t forgotten about you. We finally get an app – Windows Store – that is an answer to the App
I am sure that it has come to all ears that Windows 8 Beta is finally out. I think it’s time to see what it can do for us. What say? Throughout this article, we will look into some of the requirements that you need to meet in order get yourself the beta for the latest version of Windows. In official terms, the beta of Windows 8 is called the Consumer Preview. This Preview is actually very easy to install so don’t worry about a thing. Below you will see a list of requirements that your computer needs to meet:
From the very start that we first saw Microsoft Security Essentials, we were very impressed and happy to see the clean and user-friendly interface that it supported. However, the one thing that kind of put us off was its sluggish scanning speed. The other problem that we think is a threat to its position was that it hasn’t stayed in line with competing antivirus products like Norton or BitDefender. Essentials is easy to use as well as being very nicely designed. Installing it on to my Dell was pretty straightforward and there were no complicated steps to follow, which was
With the Mobile World Congress recently just taking place, we have gotten a more in-depth look of the upcoming Windows 8 operating system that is to come out soon. Windows 8 and Mac’s OS X Lion are set to have similarities but in this write-up we are set to only discuss some of the outstanding features of the Windows 8. Windows 8 is set to make the most of a touch interface with separate OS’ for tablets and desktop PCs and a separate OS version for mobile phones. In this article, we will discussing the Consumer Preview for Windows 8.