Microsoft has introduced a touch based UI on Windows 8 with eminent start menu on the screen. This upgrade is mainly to bridge a gap between the Windows PC and mobile devices. The verge, reported that the Redmond Based software giant will include a dual-boot option for the users and for the traditional view
Microsoft’s Windows 8 received a mixed response both from the users and techno critics. In an attempt to correct the mistakes of the first version, Microsoft has decided to soon launch the refined and much more user-friendly version of the Windows 8 where the problems from the first release will be done away with.
Skype app of Windows 8 includes fabulous feature that allows users to share / transfer Photos and Files to other Skype owners quite effectively. Inclusion would be vital for Windows 8 users who habitually follow Skype to integrate with others. Now such users can share Files, Photos or Documents besides of calling or messaging to
Windows 8 and its supporting devices have been launched on 26th October 2012 with bang. Arrival of such Windows 8 and similar Windows RT device left space for a fair debate on features of these devices. Now, I am about to explore the difference between of Windows 8 and Windows RT by means of features.