Early indicators suggest Windows 8 may suffer from a lack of interest, especially in the enterprise. But there are reasons IT may want to consider moving to the new OS – and some businesses may not have much choice.
When Microsoft first announced its own line of Windows 8 tablets, it was expected the devices would be priced toward the higher end of the tablet spectrum. But a new rumor says the Microsoft Surface will cost much less.
Microsoft has finished building Windows 8 and will release it at the end of October. What do IT pros think about the upcoming operating system?
It’s what tech industry analysts have been predicting for a while, but Microsoft has officially announced that its next operating system, Windows 8, will be available this October.
Microsoft has just unveiled its own line of Windows 8 tablets. Many observers say the devices could be a good option for businesses that want to support tablets for users.
We recently listed some of the reasons tech experts believe Windows 8 will be a nightmare for businesses and IT departments. Not surprisingly, Microsoft has stepped up to defend its upcoming operating system.
Microsoft recently launched the Windows 8 Release Preview. What do early reviews say about the upcoming operating system? That depends on whether it’s installed on a tablet or a PC.
Microsoft recently released the Consumer Preview of its upcoming Windows 8 operating system – and the reception is lukewarm so far, according to one recent survey.
While much of the discussion regarding the upcoming Windows 8 has dealt with the operating system’s radically different, tablet-centric interface, there are other features worth knowing about for IT departments.
IT professionals have been hearing a lot about what Microsoft’s new operating system will offer when it’s released next year. As that time draws closer, Microsoft has announced when the public beta of Windows 8 will be available.