How to Install Windows 8.1 on Windows 8 – Step by Step Method

Microsoft has just announced the new version of Windows 8 which brings few more and demanding features to the new operating system. Windows 8.1 brings improved Lockscreen, unified search tool, direct log-on to the desktop, deep integration of SkyDrive and using of up to 4 re-sizable apps at the same … Continue reading

Windows Phone 7.8 Update Announced for Existing Windows Phone 7.5 Devices

If you are following the updates, you may know that Microsoft has announced Windows Phone 8 officially with the codename “Apollo“. Unfortunately this new version will not support the existing devices. To bring the new features of Windows Phone 8 to the current Windows Phone 7.5 devices, Microsoft will be rolling out an update Windows… Read more about Windows Phone 7.8 Update Announced for Existing Windows Phone 7.5 Devices

Download Windows 8 Developer Preview Build

Earlier Today Microsoft showed the demos Windows 8 to the attendees of the BUILD conference and released Windows 8 Developer Preview Build along with the sneak peek of the developers platform and tools. Every attendee was also given Samsung Windows 8 Tablet running on Windows 8 Developer Preview Build. Windows … Continue reading

Samsung Windows 8 Tablet Gets Previewed

Finally Microsoft is unveiling Windows 8 OS at Build Conference in Anaheim. Redmond is releasing Windows 8 Developer Preview at the conference and answering a lot of questions. Apart from Windows 8 OS, Samsung tablet running on Windows 8 was also given to attendees for testing the new OS. Joanna … Continue reading

Windows 8 Build 7955 leaked

It was just about two weeks ago when Windows 8 build 7850 was leaked, on BetaArchives. And now, Windows 8 build 7955 has just been leaked. BetaArchives has claims the full build name to be Microsoft Windows 8 (”Windows 8” 6.2.7955.0) (Ultimate) (m2) The leaker has provided the … Continue reading

Windows 8 to Have Black Screen of Death

The infamous Blue Screen of Death, or BSoD may be living its last few months. Microsoft may switch to the color black for its system error messages, in Windows 8. WinRumors claims to have a screenshot of the error message screen, which is now black. The Blue Screen was … Continue reading