As soon as it was launched, I downloaded the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, installed it on two computers (a desktop and a laptop) and started using it. From now on, I plan to use it regularly, a few hours per day and evaluate how great or bad it is, especially from the perspective of a keyboard and mouse user, in love with the classic desktop experience. In this article I will share my early impressions on Windows 8. Then I would like to request your feedback about what you want me to research in detail for you.
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Today is the last day of February and time for us to share the best articles we published this month and the best news and tutorials we found on the web. We have a big list of recommendations which you will surely enjoy.
A few days ago, we asked for your opinion on the Windows 8 Logo. Today it is time to look at your votes and feedback and see if you like the new Windows 8 logo or not.
Windows 8 just received its new logo, which integrates well with the new touch-based interface called Metro, that will be used heavily in Windows 8. We would like to share this logo with you, the history of Windows logos and ask for your opinion: Do you like it? What do you think?
We want to expand our team once again, so that we can provide more quality content to all our readers. We would like to know if any of you want to join us. If you are good at Windows, using computers and gadgets and you have good writing skills, then please contact us. Here’s more about what we want from and what we offer to our future team mates.
Today it is time for the first "best of the web" episode of 2012. We have an interesting mix of news, guides and how to articles you should consider reading. Therefore, don’t hesitate to check it out.
On January 6th, we celebrated our 2.5 years anniversay together with Symantec together with it. They decided to sponsor us with 5 one year licenses for Norton Internet Security 2012, each valid for up to 3 computers. Today it is time to announce the lucky winners. Read on to find out if you are one of them.
Soon, we will start a series of articles about managing start-up programs and items in Windows. Before we do this, we need you to share your approach to managing startup items. Which programs do you use for this task? Do you stick to the System Configuration (msconfig.exe) utility from Windows or do you use third-party programs like Soluto? Do you have any interesting tips to share with others? Don’t be shy and share with us and the other readers.
Together with Symantec, we are celebrating our 2.5 years anniversary. We’ve got 5 one-year licenses of Norton Internet Security 2012 to give away to our faithful readers. If you are interested in learning how to win them, read this article for details.
We would like to end the year by sharing a recap of the best articles we published in 2011 and in the month of December. As always, we also include reading recommendations from other websites, which mix interesting news, studies and opinion articles.
On November 23rd, we decided to “re-brand" our website and organize a celebration giveaway together with it. The friendly folks at LastPass decided to sponsor us with 7 one year subscriptions to their PRO service. Today it is time to announce the lucky winners. Read on to find out if you are one of them.
Today is the end of November and the time for us to share the best articles we could find this month: news, how-to guides, discussions and popular downloads. Read on to find more about the goodies we’ve found.