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Upgrading Directly From XP or Vista To Windows 8.1 Isn’t Possible

If you’re one of those people still using Windows XP or Vista (which should be about 37.2% and 4.6% of all desktop PC users respectively according to recent figures) then Microsoft has stated that you will…

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Nvidia Release Their Windows 8.1 Preview Drivers

If you’ve had a chance or the time to grab hold of a copy of the free Windows 8.1 Preview then you’re definitely going to need to get the latest Nvidia or AMD drivers to see…

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1440p Windows 8 Tablets Inbound

Microsoft has stated that it is looking for Windows 8.1 to be a springboard for a whole new range of Windows mobile devices and one of the latest proposals, according to the Verge, is to make…

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Windows 8.1 Preview Released And Available

Right on schedule Microsoft have released their Windows 8.1 Preview. Straight away we will tell you that it can be downloaded here from the Microsoft website because most people are probably interested in checking this new…

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Microsoft Make “Boot To Desktop” Option Official

Yesterday Microsoft made Windows Server 2012 R2 available on its MSDN portal and it has been providing some early glimpses of new features in store for the upcoming Windows 8.1 Preview. We already know the Windows…

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Windows 8.1 Build 9431 Revealed, Has Start Button

The Windows 8.1 preview is expected to be announced tomorrow and with it we are expecting a host of new features and a significant overhaul of some Windows 8 features. There have been some images made…

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Windows 8.1 Preview System Requirements Revealed

The Windows 8.1 Preview is arriving on June 26th and will be unveiled at an event in San Francisco known as the Microsoft Build Developer Conference. This event will last from June 26th to June 28th…

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Microsoft Says You Won’t Need A Clean Install To Move To Windows 8.1

Windows 8.1 is getting ever closer as Microsoft is expected to unveil the consumer preview at the BUILD developer event on June 26th next week. Microsoft has been releasing some more details on the upcoming OS…

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Microsoft’s Partners Refusing Windows RT OS, It Could Now Be Retired

While we have known that Windows 8 has been relatively unsuccessful it has been documented that Windows RT has been even more unsuccessful. Now according to a report by the Digitimes it has been so unsuccessful…

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IDC Says Windows 8.1 Will Not Revive Windows 8

With Microsoft’s BUILD developer conference in San Francisco just around the corner we can expect the public preview of Windows 8.1 to be released soon, on June 26th to be precise. Microsoft is hoping that Windows…

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TFL Says Windows 8 Not Viable Because It Is Too New

TFL, Transport for London, is London’s main travel operator that run buses, trams, underground services, overground services and various other London transport services such as river boats and so on. Recently they have been discussing Windows…

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Windows 8.2 “Green” Concept Screenshots Created

While the Windows 8.1 preview is literally just around the corner, designers at Studio384 have been knocking up some concept designs of what the next Windows 8 installation will look like. The next in the series…

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Internet Explorer Remains World’s Number One Browser

Internet explorer isn’t exactly loved by our readers. When you tend to become a bit of a PC enthusiast or tech geek you will almost religiously avoid Internet Explorer at all costs, opting for Mozilla Firefox…

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Microsoft Releases Details Of Windows 8.1 Update

It was meant to herald the future of operating systems, embracing desktop, touch and mobile simultaneously. But the truth is Windows 8 has been very poorly received with criticisms abounding about how user-UNfriendly it is, how…

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Rumour: Windows 8.1 To Have Fingerprint Passwords

According to the leaked screenshot which you can see above, it is reported that Windows 8.1 will bring an option to have a fingerprint as a password. This would allow a lot more flexibility and convenience…

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Windows 8.1 Stable Coming In October

It has been initially believed by most sources that Windows 8.1 would be released sometime this summer. However, according to a report by Digitimes Windows 8.1 is actually going to be arriving in its public retail…

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Windows 8.1 Is Not A Service Pack, Is This The End Of Service Packs?

Microsoft already confirmed yesterday that Microsoft’s Windows “Blue” will actually be a free update for Windows 8, is called Windows 8.1 and is available free to Windows 8 owners. We only have to wait until June 26th…

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Windows “Blue” A Free Update For Windows 8, Preview Coming June 26th

Well after a tonne of speculation, rumours and general chit-chat about Windows Blue (8.1), Microsoft have finally spilled the beans. According to the official Microsoft blog Windows Blue will be an update for Windows 8 and…

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Acer Says Microsoft Coming “Back To Earth” With Windows Blue

Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system wasn’t received all that well by the general public which in turn provoked an angry response from Microsoft OEM partners like Dell and Acer, to name but a few. The main…

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Kabini Looks To The Future, Drops Support For Windows XP & Vista

There are still a lot of supports of Windows XP out there, maybe not so many out there for Vista but I’m sure there will be some people on the OS that simply won’t, can’t or…

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Microsoft Will Reveal Windows 8.1 This Month

According to rumours, Microsoft is going to launch the first beta version of Windows Blue, a.k.a Windows 8.1, later in June at the BUILD developer conference. It will then proceed to release and sell the final…

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Windows 8.1 Will Allow Search From The Desktop Function

The most recently leaked Windows 8.1 build, number 9374, revealed some major changes to the operating system. In what may be termed a compromise for not offering the start button and menu back, the ability to…

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Overhaulin’ Windows 8.1 edition – Microsoft Actually Plan To Fix It

Windows 8 still needs lots of work, Microsoft plans to do a major overhaul on the Operating System this summer. Rolling out some of their so called “Improvements”. When windows 8 was designed they put in…

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“Metro UI Bypass” Boot To Desktop Function To Arrive with Windows 8.1

Windows 8.1 may not be removing the (Metro) UI but it does plan to give users an option to get around it. It is reported that desktop users of the new Windows 8.1 OS will be…

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No Start Button In Windows 8.1 (Build 9369)

Microsoft’s Windows OS has been in the news a lot recently, in fact if you’ve missed out on some of the hottest developments then you can check those below: New Leaked Version of Windows 8.1, Launch…

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Microsoft May Delay Windows 9 For Windows 8.2

Microsoft is currently working on two operating systems. Windows 8.1, a Windows 8 refresh, and Windows 9, the next operating system in the Windows series. However, this is only the simple roadmap for Windows because apparently…

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New Leaked Version of Windows 8.1, Launch Date September

New leaks for Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system have been frequent in the past few weeks, and the latest leaked version of Windows shows us a Windows 8.1 Pro Preview version. Windows 8.1 is expected to…