Windows 8 was launched almost 6 months ago and within a first quarter of the launch, the new Operating System from Microsoft reached over 60 million licenses.
With the release of Windows 8 Operating System Microsoft has made some considerable changes in the User Interface as well as in the functionality of the traditional Windows OS. Whether you are a new or an experienced user of the Windows OS, it may take a while before you become comfortable with all the new features of Windows 8.
If you get stuck somewhere or cannot find how to get something done in the OS you can head over to find solution on tech forums or by browsing through YouTube videos. But some people often prefer to go the old way of getting things done – by reading and searching through eBooks on a particular topic. We have hunted through various websites and thousands of links to prepare the following curated list of free Windows 8 eBooks for download. Read the full post
Microsoft recently released the latest Windows 8 Operating System. We had posted our own review of why shouldn’t you upgrade to Windows 8.
If you are planning to upgrade to Windows 8, the best time to upgrade is before January 13, 2013. Before that date Microsoft is allowing users to upgrade from their existing installations of Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 for just $39.99 (INR 2000 approx). The usual retail price of Windows 8 Pro is $169.99 otherwise.
Microsoft has stated that you need to have a genuine license of XP, Vista or Windows 7 in order to qualify for this upgrade. But as reported by many, even if you are running a pirated version of Windows you can easily upgrade without any hassle. Do not be confused with the “upgrade” term, the license key that you will purchase during upgrade can also be used to do a fresh new install of Windows 8 by removing Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7. Read the full post
Microsoft recently previewed the first public demo of its new Windows 8 OS. Windows 8 OS is believed to change the way you have ever used your Windows PC. It is a completely different from the previous versions of Windows, be it the complete makeover of UI alongside the Metro UI of Windows Phone 7 or the new set of features about which everyone is puzzled and excited at the same time. People are still confused about what to expect, what is changing, what would still remain the same and so on. We are trying to answer all the major questions related to Windows 8 here, and the direct download links to download the ISO of the Windows 8 developer preview build would follow at the end of the post. Read the full post