Just released is the Windows 8 End User Training Brochure. This is a 36 page PDF that helps you be more acquainted with the new Windows 8 operating system. You can download it from the Microsoft Download Center. As Microsoft explains: Windows has been reimagined to be all about you and your style of working.... Continue Reading →
Jet Airways is the newest member to add their application to the Windows Phone platform. I thought I would take the time to share their app and to also put pointers to the Delta and American Airlines applications for Windows Phone. Jet Airways Do you fly the blue skies with Jet Airways? If so, you... Continue Reading →
Today, Microsoft announced the XBOX One, the next version of the XBOX System. If you missed it, you can watch it on-demand starting now. I need to start preparing now to buy 2-3 of these guys. Pricing wasn’t disclosed. I’m looking forward to hearing more at E3.
The much anticipated Deployment Guide has been released for the Surface Pro. If you click this link you will be redirected to the Microsoft Download Center for the Surface Pro firmware and driver pack. Then, click Download and you will be presented with the ability to download the Firmware and Driver Pack or the 16... Continue Reading →
Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve received some inquiries on how to deploy a Windows 8 image to devices that are UEFI; especially if they are UEFI only like the Surface Pro. Some of the challenges I am hearing are related to UEFI systems requiring the boot files residing on a FAT32 partition. For... Continue Reading →
If you haven’t checked out my Windows 8 Tips & Tricks post, you might be missing a few resources to help you feel more comfortable with the new Touch Optimized Windows. The Tips & Tricks post is a compilation of resources from various websites including videos, books, cheat sheets, etc. Check it out: Windows 8... Continue Reading →
Get ready for XBOX Reveal – the new generation XBOX will be revealed on May 21, 2013 at 10a PDT. You can watch LIVE on XBOX Live, XBOX.com, or Spike TV. You can also join the event via Facebook.
The Windows Dev Center has received a facelift. Check out the Introducing a new Windows Dev Center experience blog.
Today, Brandon LeBlanc, posted on the Blogging Windows website that Windows “Blue” has been officially named Windows 8.1. Additionally, Brandon shared that the Windows Store now has over 70,000 applications available. Lastly, a public preview of Windows 8.1 will be made available starting on June 26.