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Microsoft released Windows 8.1, an improved version of Windows 8 with several new features. We take a close look at the highlights of some of the most important & notable features in Windows 8.1
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As Windows 8.1 has been available on the virtual and retail shelves for about a week, Microsoft on its main blog detailed a number of reasons that consumer would want to upgrade to Windows 8.1. The reasons to choose the new operating system point to an operating system worth upgrading to,
I wish I could praise 8.1 to be an really innovative upgrade, but I found a couple of good reasons why you may want to wait just a little longer before fully upgrading to Windows 8.1
On Thursday, Microsoft released additional details on the Windows 8.1 release. The details include that Skype will be included in the release version of Windows 8.1, and will be pre-installed in the software released penned for late October.
A lot of discussions on Monday surrounding Windows and Microsoft were focused around when the Windows 8.1 RTM or final version would be released. A lot of blogs and discussions were ignited on Monday when more information came out and gives an upcoming timeframe that Windows fans will like.
The latest security enhancements to Windows 8.1 were on display at the latest security conference in Las Vegas, known as Blackhat. The conference brings together leading hackers and computer security experts, and brought out how many more security enhancements have been made to Windows 8.1.
On Tuesday, Microsoft released the latest version of the Windows 8.1 Preview to its enterprise customers. The Windows 8.1 Enterprise preview is geared 100% of the way towards enterprise customers and is completely business focused with its latest updates and features.
On Thursday, Microsoft released the latest version of Fresh Paint for both Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone. The multiple releases are the latest versions of Microsoft’s popular digital art creator, and gives users numerous new features to use with the programs release.
On Monday, Microsoft gave additional details surrounding the updates to SkyDrive in the Windows 8.1 update being tested by users currently. It gives users a much needed offline access to files, and should satisfy users with exciting new options in Windows 8.1.
Microsoft made a surprise move on Wednesday by making a blog post about the future of the Windows 8.1 photo app for its system. It is telling users the integration between the services of Flickr and Facebook won’t be included, and that is a surprise to some users.
On Tuesday, Microsoft announced and released new fixes for their Windows Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets, including an improved Wake Up feature
Various Microsoft partners announced smaller Windows 8 tablets and devices that will take advantage of the Windows 8.1 touchscreen.
During the Computex show in Taiwan, Microsoft’s CFO Tami Reller gave users the app that they have been wanting on their Windows Surface units, Outlook RT.
During the last day of TechEd in New Orleans, Microsoft discussed the various upgrade paths for users who are looking to upgrade to Microsoft Windows 8.1. In these details, users will soon be given the option to update to Windows 8.1.
On Monday, Microsoft announced a number of enhancements and improvements coming to Windows 8.1 in their TechEd 2013 presentation to IT pros. In its keynote, Microsoft finally is giving enterprise customers the tools they need to deploy Windows 8.
Late Monday, Qualcomm dropped a major announcement regarding the future of Windows RT 8.1 devices, and the announcement couldn’t make Windows 8.1 fans more happier. With the announcement, Qualcomm promises to bring faster mobile processors to mobile Windows 8.1 devices this year.
At the worlds’ second largest computer show in Taipei, Microsoft has announced details of the latest updates to their touch-enabled Windows 8 operating systems which bring will back the start button.
In a recent blog post on Blogging Windows on Thursday, Microsoft went into a number of details surrounding the upcoming Windows Blue aka Windows 8.1 release in more details than ever before.