Não foi por mudar do Windows 7 ou anterior para o Windows 8 que deixará de necessitar de fazer uma gestão do espaço em disco do seu computador. Muita coisa mudou neste salto que a Microsoft deu, mas as preocupações de gestão mantêm-se as mesmas, tal como em qualquer outro sistema operativo. Para o ajudar […]
According to the reports, Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Update 1 is most likely set for a release in April, although we did note that according to earlier reports, the Microsoft had already signed off on the final build which would suggest that it’s good to go, leading to the possibility that a leaked build could make its way online.
Well sure enough it has. In fact one of the ways Windows 8 users could update their OS to the latest build is by tweaking their registry, but if you’d rather not do that and would rather get your hands on the files themselves, it seems that Microsoft has accidentally leaked the direct links to the files. (more…)
Windows XP has had a great run, it was undeniably one of the most popular Windows iteration that Microsoft has ever created. Its severely outdated now, succeeded by the likes of Windows 7 and Windows 8. On April 18th, Microsoft is finally going to cut the cord, it will no longer provide support for the OS. This means no security patches, no updates and certainly no bug fixes. The company has been urging holdouts for quite some time to upgrade Windows XP to Windows 8, and it makes yet another attempt by tapping its senior marketing communications manager, Brandon LeBlanc, to write a blog post on how to help your family and friends do just that within the next 60 days.
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Microsoft’s latest desktop operating system is Windows 8, but it seems that the platform might not be as well-received as Microsoft would like. In fact a recent ad and announcement by HP seemed to highlight that. Just last week, HP announced that they will be bringing back their Windows 7 PCs, which were apparently due to “popular demand”, suggesting that HP might not have as much faith in the Windows 8 operating system. To a certain extent it was also speculated that HP would be dropping Windows 8 in favor of the more popular Windows 7. Well the good news for those who are worried that this might be a “step back” for HP, fret not because HP has since clarified their latest move on their blog.
According to HP, “Whether you’ve been reading the tech news blogs – or just saw an ad on our hp shopping page, you’ve probably been asking yourself, “Why is HP selling Windows 7 PCs in a Windows 8 world?” The answer is dead simple: Choice. We like giving our customers the option to get the computer that’s right for them.” HP goes on to clarify that they are not, by any long shot, dropping Windows 8. “We want people to be happy with our computers – whichever option they choose – BUT WE ARE NOT DROPPING WINDOWS 8.” So there you have it folks, if you wanted a Windows 8 HP PC, you can, but at the same time for those who still prefer Windows 7, that option is available to you as well.