Is Windows 8 an upcoming revival for Microsoft corporation?
It seemingly is indeed. WIth all innovative features the OS is able to offer, Windows 8 will almost definitely make its way replacing the previous versions of Windows such as Windows 7.
Anyway, featuring its MinWin technology, this Windows 8 will become far more organized, especially in terms of API's.
by atechwiz 4 years ago
Is anyone regretting buying Windows 8?
by Carlo Giovannetti 5 years ago
Which Windows do you think is the best? and the worst?I recently wrote a hub about the reputation that Windows Vista has gained, but now with the release of Windows 8, I have to ask... which Windows do you think is the all-time best? and which is the all-time worst?
by lesliebyars 5 years ago
Who has done more for computer technology, Bill Gates or Steve Jobs? Jobs help roll out the first home computers but Gates virtually invented sophisticated software formats. I Phone, I Pod and I Pad with touch screen and simplicity may put Jobs ahead. Then again Gates has the XBOX 360. In the end,...
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
So I've been getting the Windows 10 pop-ups for the last several months and I've been clicking the "no thanks" button on every one. This morning, I wiggled my trackball to wake my PC from sleep mode and fracking Windows 10 had installed itself and only needed me to press the accept or...
by chandanakumarct 9 years ago
What do you guys think. Whether Google Chrome will Win the Race or still the monopoly leader Microsoft.
by BristolBoy 9 years ago
I am not sure how many people have seen the news and even how many people care, but it appears that Google is planning on launching an operating system. Originally this will be just for netbooks but it may also be used on desktops. It is apparently designed for ease of use with the...
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