Microsoft “helps” hardware partners build lower cost Windows devices
Featured The Channel Microsoft has revealed that many new lower-cost Windows devices will come with Windows 8.1 with Bing, designed to make Windows devices cheaper to build for hardware partners. Read More →
Microsoft NZ empowers partners to drive device sales
Featured The Channel Microsoft’s Modern Tour came to New Zealand last month, an invitation-only partner event focused on devices, Windows 8.1, Office 365 and Windows XP migrations… Read More →
Windows XP EOS: How to transfer your data…
Start-Up With the end of support for Windows XP reaching its April 8 deadline, Microsoft is helping users migrate to a modern operating system such as Windows 8.1 through a free transfer tool. Read More →
Windows start menu set for comeback…
NetGuide We all may have seen the reintroduction of the start button after the update to Windows 8.1, but now Microsoft has hinted at a return of a classic style start menu. Read More →
Hey Kid, want some Windows candy?
Featured IT Brief Microsoft is offering you a little free candy so that they can hook you on the hard stuff later… Read More →
Redmond goes big on new Windows partner deals
The Channel Microsoft evolves Windows business model to enable partners to offer lower-cost devices in the highly competitive smartphone, tablet and PC categories. Read More →
Microsoft ‘Builds’ for future with stack of Windows updates…
Featured IT Brief Microsoft has this morning announced several advances to Windows including Windows Phone 8.1, including the availability of the eagerly anticipated Windows 8.1 Update. Read More →
Are you staying with Windows XP after EOS?
Featured Start-Up Support for Windows XP will end on 8 April, but it seems that a significant number of people have chosen to stay with the rapidly aging operating system even after Microsoft ceases to support it. Read More →
Windows 8.1 – what you should know
Featured IT Brief On 8 April 2014 Microsoft retires support for Windows XP: there’s now some urgency to upgrade to a more modern operating system. Read More →
Introducing the basics of Windows 8.1 apps…
NetGuide The Windows App Store works just like the Apple App Store and Google Play… Read More →
Is Microsoft issuing 70% Windows price cuts?
Featured The Channel Microsoft are set to slash the price of Windows 8.1 by 70% for makers of low-cost computers and tablets, hoping the move will counter competition from Google’s Chromebooks. Read More →
Windows XP EOS – SMB Checklist
Start-Up With only two months left before Windows XP reaches End of Support, Microsoft has offered advice to SMB owners who are still wrestling with how to make the jump from Windows XP to a modern operating system. Read More →
METRO to be removed from Windows desktops?
NetGuide It seems Microsoft has finally realised that Metro isn’t right for the desktop. Read More →
Windows 8.1 says ‘Hasta la Vista baby!’ to old OS
The Channel Windows 8.1 is growing in popularity, passing Windows Vista for the first time since Microsoft launched its revamped version in October last month. Read More →
Windows 9 in line as Microsoft drops Windows 8 flops?
Featured The Channel “To distance itself from the Windows 8 debacle, Microsoft is currently planning to drop the Windows 8 name and brand this next release as Windows 9…” Read More →