Popular Windows Articles for 2012
Today, Dell officially announced the addition of touch to their stylish new all-in-one lineup, just in time for Windows 8.
A new draft of Microsoft's Windows 8 hardware certification specifications make it clear the company is not trying to lock out Linux on PCs and devices, but Linux advocacy groups[...]
New screenshots have surfaced from the upcoming release of Windows 8 - build 8220. As part of Microsoft's Win 8 beta, it is expected to lose the well-known Start button,[...]
In addition to the new Internet Monitor, HP rolled out a couple of new IPS computer displays tonight. At 23 inches and 20 inches, respectively, the new HP 2311xi[...]
Long ignored by virus writers, the Mac's ever-growing popularity is making malware authors take a second look.
Good old Neverwinter. Bringing D&D's Forgotten Realms campaign to life in an all-new way, Neverwinter Nights was both the first graphical MMORPG and a wildly successful series of 3rd-person RPGs.[...]
Microsoft's Windows 8 Consumer Preview is already available for download. This time, it's not just a simple ISO file to download - you'll need to run the company's upgrade advisor.[...]
Dell has been a player in the all-in-one space for a long time, and brought up such interesting, if ultimately unsuccessful, models as the Studio One 19. Today's releases show,[...]
We spent some hands-off time with two new high-tech Samsung Windows 8 all-in-ones: the kitchen-oriented Series 5, and the Series 7, suited to hand gesture control from across a living[...]
You know, Microsoft, this isn't such a great way to launch an app store.
Acer knocks one out of the park with the design of their new all-in-one Windows 8 PCs.
This has been a busy time for Logitech, busily prepping multiple devices in time for the release of Windows 8. Included in the rollout are a pair of multitouch mice,[...]
Despite the ever-present 'death of the desktop', PC building is alive and well, even as Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system nears release. MS has recognized that fact for the first[...]
We got some (albeit all too brief) hands-on time with the prototype Wii U units at E3 2011. This year, however, Nintendo is far more welcoming, and showing off the[...]
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft is going on stage to present the next beta of its upcoming Windows 8 operating system to the public. We'll be updating this[...]
Here at IDF2012, Intel is busy showing off what they call the Next Unit of Computing - a very small PC with a full-blown Core i3 CPU. It's completely awesome.
Netflix has never really been one to shy away from new platforms, and Windows 8 is no exception. The new Netflix app for Windows 8 is available, and it might[...]
Driven by the BYOD trend, IBM makes it possible to have your work desktop on any device. IBM has introduced a software system for supporting several virtual desktop solutions on[...]
As the launch date for Windows 8 grows increasingly near, it's no surprise that we're seeing more and more products engineered for touch hit the marketplace. Today, it's ViewSonic's turn.
Today HP rolled out their new Windows 8 powered all-in-ones, including the new ENVY TouchSmarts, which take advantage of snazzy new Microsoft touch algorithms.