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
FEATURED: Best Windows 8 Screen Recording SoftwareWant to record your screen? Fraps is the obvious choice to record, but there are many other recording tools that also include cursor tracking and built-in video editing!
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Although Microsoft’s Excel is the leading office software and by far the most feature-rich tool, you might want to look for alternatives that work on Windows 8 and are free or cheaper
Still looking for a decent anti-virus program to secure your new Windows 8 PC? We compared 5 programs with the best anti-virus definition databases
All Windows PC’s slow down eventually, then you need a good optimization tool, learn some of our tricks to speed it up and you can easily get a nice performance boost
Want to edit your movies on Windows 8? Aside from a good CPU you will need some good tools like Virtual Dub or Sony
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.