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In an effort to bridge the divide between desktops, notebooks, and tablets, Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system is very touch-oriented. Our software news, reviews, and guides help you get the most out of the company’s newest environment so that you never have to feel lost.
Has Siri turned on Apple?
This time the 8-inch Windows 8 tablet is on Acer's own website.
The next-generation Xbox sounds like it may knock your socks off.
Microsoft may launch its 8-inch Surface tablet in June, followed by Windows 8.1 in October.
By the way, support for Windows XP ends in April 2014... in case you didn't know that already.
Microsoft said the Windows 8.1 update will be free to all Windows 8 customers.
The future is uncertain for the rumored Xbox TV set-top box.
Frank X. Shaw speaks out against all the Windows 8 comparisons to New Coke.
We'd love to see these airing in the States.
Asus plans to launch smaller Windows 8 tablets too.
Public preview is just around the corner.
Still keeping mum on the details, though.
Six months on, Microsoft has revealed the number of Windows 8 licenses sold to OEMs and through upgrades.
Microsoft shouldn't have to deal with retail salesmen prejudice against Windows 8 at point-of-sale.
No more manual installs in Windows Store.
Many service like live TV will still work offline.
Looks like Acer and Amazon just confirmed that smaller Windows 8 tablets are on the way.
Acer has introduced the Aspire P3 convertible Ultrabook and the Aspire R7 multi-mode notebook.
Component suppliers confirm that Microsoft will launch new Surface tablets next month.
This is a Wireless N adapter developed specifically for Windows 8 Pro tablets, laptops and Ultrabooks.
The Kiosk mode has been renamed to Assigned Access, and more.
3.4 million Windows 8-based tablets were sold worldwide in 1Q13.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest article on Windows 8.1!
Samsung is officially dominating Best Buy.
Acer may be producing an 8-inch version of its Iconia W510-1674 Windows 8 Pro tablet.
Some folks still say that the x86 ISA will never catch up to ARM when it comes to efficiency. Our granular power analysis demonstrates just how efficient x86-based CPUs can be, though. But how does Intel...