Friday, June 28, 2013

PCWorld: Hands On with Windows 8.1: Microsoft's 'do-over' OS is loaded with features

PCWorld: Hands On with Windows 8.1: Microsoft's 'do-over' OS is loaded with features

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06.26.2013 9:00 AM
Windows 8.1 isn't just an update—it's an apology. But if you didn't like Windows 8, don't expect the new release to change your mind.
06.27.2013 3:26 AM
Windows 8.1 Preview shows much-improved internal apps, and the Windows Store is much friendlier and more filled-out than it used to be.



06.26.2013 12:39 PM
Developers, developers, developers shouldn't be your audience when you're announcing a product that's crucial for your company's future.
06.27.2013 6:48 AM
Why are there two versions of Internet Explorer within Windows 8.1? Because users want them, IE11 chief says. Plus: a slimmer SkyDrive.
06.24.2013 3:01 AM
Vendors are trying to innovate their way out of the PC doldrums. Let's look at the curiosities they've created.
06.26.2013 3:30 AM
We go eyes-on with new models from HP, NEC, and Samsung, whose expansive screens and pivoting hinges give you more options for viewing content or images.
06.26.2013 9:30 AM
Microsoft's Kinect for Windows will be released in final form by next year, and include "green screen" technology to strip out backgrounds from behind users.
06.21.2013 3:03 AM
This new gaming handheld plays Android apps and streams PC games, but it costs $300. Is it worth the money? Two PCWorld writers argue each side.
06.21.2013 3:30 AM
Some games garner so much fan attention that they can't possibly live up to hype they've generated. Here are ten games from recent history that created high hopes but ended up being big letdowns.
06.25.2013 8:00 AM
This virtual 7.1 surround-sound software does a decent job of simulating a much more expensive pair of surround-sound headphones.
06.20.2013 3:30 AM
Take these basic steps to safeguard your business's invaluable information assets.
06.24.2013 8:18 AM
As money and corporate information have morphed from hard currency and blueprints to digital files, small and midsized businesses have become the new banks to rob. In fact, bank robberies across the U.S. have plummeted from 9,400 in 1991 to just 3,870 last year. As Doug Johnson of the American Bankers Association puts it: "As more and more transactions become electronic, more bank crimes become electronic."

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