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Surface Drops in Price – Does the Public Still Want One?

Surface Drops in Price – Does the Public Still Want One?

Nine months after the first initial release of the Surface RT – the tablet release from Microsoft – the price has already dropped by $150. Announced this past Thursday, Microsoft dropped the price of the Surface RT – their entry offering – in order to entice consumers into buying the RT; the Pro version is still around $900. When the entry level tablet first came on the sce... »

[Infographic] Microsoft Don’t Just Make Windows…

[Infographic] Microsoft Don’t Just Make Windows…

A lot of people don’t know that Microsoft aren’t a one trick pony. It’s not just Windows and Office that they make, oh no, they actually make a vast range of software for business and enterprises. The infographic below, which has been created by the guys over at Firebrand Training shows just how diverse the Microsoft software catalogue really is. Are there any programs on this in... »

Windows 8.1 Official Preview Released

Windows 8.1 Official Preview Released

So today marks the release of the official, long awaited update to Windows 8.1…well, kind off. It’s a developer preview. But it does give us an idea of what to expect when the free update actually hits the general public. At the moment the only major changes I can see in windows 8.1 as opposed to Windows 8 is that there are more customisation options, and the ability to multi-task has ... »

What’s in a name? Microsoft Battling For Xbox One domain

What’s in a name? Microsoft Battling For Xbox One domain

What’s in a name? Well, quite a lot actually and the guys over as Microsoft HQ will testify to that as they’re currently locked in a legal battle to secure the Xbox One domain names, xboxone.com and xboxone.net. The Xbox One domains are currently owned by London based geek Krasimir Ivanov, but he’s refusing to cough up the domains to Microsoft as he’s actually owned them s... »

Microsoft Strike A Low Blow To Google With New Video

Microsoft Strike A Low Blow To Google With New Video

A video created for internal use at Microsoft seems to have made it’s way out on to the Internet. Coincidentally the “internal video” coincides with Google’s 2013 I/O Show. One could think that this “internal video” was always destined to hit the Internet…SURELY NOT I hear you cry. Microsoft would never resort to such an underhanded tactics…would ... »

Microsoft accuses Facebook of copying them with Home

Microsoft accuses Facebook of copying them with Home

A couple of days ago hoodie wearing internet tycoon Mark Zuckerberg announced the latest and greatest in mobile technology with Facebook Home. However, quickly on the heels of this announcement Microsoft say that this is old news and Windows Phone has been doing this for 2 years now. Facebook copied Microsoft…apparently So, in a post on the official Microsoft blog yesterday, keyboard warri... »

Tidy Your Windows Desktop With Fences

If you’re anything like me then you will like the convenience of having shortcuts on your desktop, but hate the cluttered look that it gives. Fences gives you the convenience of having shortcuts on your desktop yet a clean and organised look. Fences allows you to group your applications together in a logical format so that you can easily identify different groups of application and file ty... »

IE 10 Comes To Windows 7

IE 10 Comes To Windows 7

Whilst developers have had access to Internet Explorer 10 for some time now, and of course Windows 8 comes with IE 10 by default. Windows 7 users can now start using IE 10 also. Yesterday IE 10 final began pushing out to Windows 7 users in a staged roll out that is set to last for a few weeks. The update to IE 10 will be automatically handled via Windows Update. So is it any better? Well, accordin... »

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