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Window Blue Preview Will Be Released in Late June

Window Blue Preview Will Be Released in Late June

Windows Blue has progressed from the rumor stage to the confirmed project stage. And now, we know when we will get access to the Windows Blue preview. The Verge recently announced that Windows Blue, also known as Windows 8.1, would be arriving in late June, sometime around Microsoft’s annual BUILD Developer’s conference. Windows Blue/Windows 8.1 will fundamentally change Windows 8 – at

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Microsoft Attacks Free, Open Source Google Docs With New Round of Angry Attack Advertisements

Microsoft Attacks Free, Open Source Google Docs With New Round of Angry Attack Advertisements

Microsoft apparently feels threatened by Google Docs. So threatened, in fact, that the company has decided to spend (presumably) millions of dollars creating a round of angry attack advertisements against the free service offered by Google. Five advertisements have been released so far, and all of them are, to say the least, strange. Some of them are cringe-inducing, while others make it diffic

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Apple Torturing Microsoft By Not Releasing iTunes for Windows 8

Apple Torturing Microsoft By Not Releasing iTunes for Windows 8

Windows 8 is oh-so-close to being considered a failure – if it hasn’t been labeled a failure already. However, a recent press release by Apple drove another nail into Windows 8’s coffin, as Apple confirmed that they would not be releasing a version of iTunes for Windows 8. This is a serious problem, since it basically prevents Windows RT users – who are forced to rely on apps in order t

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New Surface Announcement Could Be Coming in June 2013

New Surface Announcement Could Be Coming in June 2013

Microsoft’s Surface tablet is one of the few things that have gone right for Microsoft’s Windows 8. The flagship Windows 8 tablets are selling modestly well. It’s no iPad killer, but the Surface is attracting a niche following of users. Well, if the Surface was good, the Surface 2 is going to be better. Microsoft is reportedly getting set to announce the next version of the Surface at an

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Microsoft Surface RT Will Appear at Best Buy and Other Retailers Soon

Microsoft Surface RT Will Appear at Best Buy and Other Retailers Soon

Microsoft handled the launch of its Surface RT entirely in-house. Copies of the flagship Windows RT tablet were available for purchase only through the Microsoft online store and through official Microsoft retail stores that have popped up in malls across North America. But nobody expected Microsoft’s in-house retail focus to last for long. And renowned Windows blogger Paul Thurott recently a

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Microsoft Already Developing Next Operating System - Windows Blue

Microsoft Already Developing Next Operating System – Windows Blue

Windows 8 was released on October 26. That wasn’t long ago, but Microsoft is already reportedly starting development on its next operating system. According to rumors, that new operating system is called Code Blue, Rumors of Windows Blue’s existence first appeared back in August 2012 – well before Windows 8 was released. According to those rumors, Windows Blue would be a subscription-base

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3 Things to Like and Dislike About the Microsoft Surface

3 Things to Like and Dislike About the Microsoft Surface

If you’re thinking about buying a Microsoft Surface, then you’re probably poring over reviews trying to determine if it’s the right choice for you. Instead of reading several thousand words of elegant prose about the resolution, performance, and app choices on the Microsoft Surface, we’ve decided to make the decision easier for you. Here are three things we like about the Microsoft Surf

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How to download Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7

How to download Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 7

Microsoft is investing a lot of marketing dollars into Internet Explorer 10. If you’ve seen the flashy new commercials on TV, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. But does Internet Explorer 10 live up to the hype? Now, Windows 7 users can answer that question themselves thanks to a new free trial. That’s right: Microsoft recently released a free trial version of Internet Explo

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DirectX 11.1 Will Be Windows 8 Exclusive

DirectX 11.1 Will Be Windows 8 Exclusive

Up until now, performance PC users have had little reason to upgrade to Windows 8. After all, Windows 7 is a fantastic operating system for both gamers and average PC users alike, and why fix what isn’t broken? Well, it looks like Microsoft wants to make Windows 8 a little more appealing to performance PC users like gamers. DirectX 11.1 – the next version of the popular suite of multimedia

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Next version of Microsoft Office will not support Windows XP and Windows Vista

Next version of Microsoft Office will not support Windows XP and Windows Vista

If you’re one of many people who still use Windows XP, then don’t expect to use Microsoft’s new Office 2013, which is set to come out later this year. Microsoft recently announced that the flashy features in the next version of Office would only be available to users of Windows 7 and Windows 8. Of course, that also means that the small percentage of people who still use Windows Vista will

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