Windows 8 Apps and Software
In this category you will find the latest apps for Windows 8 and more information about how to manage them
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You bought a couple Blu-Ray’s and want to enjoy them on your PC as well? There are various tools that will make it possible to play BD-discs on your computer
As more people adopt the Windows 8 OS, the question of what program to edit photos with becomes more pressing. Many have put off the upgrade, waiting to see how the new photo editing programs pan out. favorites.
Wondering how well Windows 8 supports Java and how well it runs on the x64 (64-bit) edition?
Internet security software is important to have, especially on Windows 8 – if you’re looking for paid and free software, this article will give you an overview
Wondering if there are any good DVD ripper tool for Windows 8 yet? Then read our review of 4 of the best tools
Attention passengers travelling via Delhi, India — the Delhi Airport now has its own Windows 8 application.
Windows 8 is here and Google released its very own search app for the Microsoft OS.
As pre-orders opened the lowest-end Surface model, costing $499, saw its ship date pushed back to three weeks. However, getting apps onto the operating system is essential to continue the success.
Apps, or tiles as Microsoft calls them, will update individually by notifying users, and Microsoft is offering users a range of updates pre-launch.
If you’re a big spender and will be upgrading to Windows 8 this October then you may be interested in the early contender for the most expensive app. A $499 is going to be available on the Windows Store.
Analysts say Windows RT will work if the apps are available, a perhaps unsurprising statement considering Microsoft is pushing the Windows Store as a key part of the experience.
Microsoft confirmed Windows 8 applications will run on Kinect, the company’s motion sensing peripheral. Microsoft wants its app to work on a variety of platforms, it announced in a blog post, and supports 32 regions.
If you haven’t checked out the MSDN blog, and you’re a Windows Store developer, then you probably should as soon as possible. Microsoft is covering all aspects of app development, and the latest is why software should support motion sensors.
As Microsoft continues to guide users through developing for its upcoming operating system, Windows 8, it outlines the 10 ways to be successful with the platform. Hopefully you’re paying attention.
15 Most Liked Articles Of This Category (Community Driven)
|The Best Security Software for Windows 8 (Paid And Free)||2||December 20, 2012||Oliver Krautscheid|
|EaseUS ToDo Backup 4.5 Free App Brings Windows 8 Support||1||May 9, 2012||Shailpik|
|Thinking Of Developing A Windows 8 App? Here’s Why||1||June 23, 2012||Jon|
|Best Windows 8 Screen Recording Software||1||December 8, 2013||Oliver Krautscheid|
|More Apps: Windows 8 Gets Google Search App||1||October 28, 2012||Jon|
|Windows 8 Apps: Netflix Coming, Brings Semantic Zoom||1||June 21, 2012||Jon|
|Lowest Pricing For Windows 8 Store Apps: $1.49 But 7-Day FREE Trial||1||July 28, 2012||Jon|
|Converting And Bringing iOS Apps Over to Windows 8: Layout and Navigation||1||March 22, 2012||Jon|
|Be The First: Microsoft Encouraging Developers to get Apps Into Windows Store Early||1||May 10, 2012||Jon|
|SlickRun: Download App Launcher for Windows 8 to Start Apps More Efficiently||1||February 11, 2012||Jon|