If you’re like me and use a lot of Virtual Machines (also known as VMs) you may be in need of moving around a product key to keep your Windows machines active and licensed. If you’re like me you take snap shots of your Virtual...
Most systems administrators by now will already know that April 8th is the day when Microsoft will cease to provide support for any systems that are operating on Windows XP. Many people will have already upgraded to a newer version of Windows, or have simply... Read More
LG’s reluctance to embrace Windows Phone 8 underscores the difficulties that the platform faces with both consumers and vendor partners. LG was one of the early partners that signed on with Microsoft, releasing the LG Quantum in the first wave of Windows Phone devices. Microsoft’s... Read More
Steven Sinofsky, the executive in charge of Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system and the driving force behind the new OS, is leaving the company effective immediately. Sinofsky the public face for Windows 8 and its new Metro interface has lots of nice things to say... Read More
There is no denying Microsoft’s software shake up with Windows 8 and Office. Microsoft’s newest version of office adds many new features including Skype integration. If you still regularly utilize Windows Live Messenger you might want to consider moving to Skype soon. It seems that Microsoft is... Read More
Microsoft launched Windows 8 yesterday morning to the public at an event in New York City. The new Windows 8 operating system and Surface tablet are an effort by Microsoft to regain interest in the flagship product Windows, and compete against Apple and Google in... Read More
Dell revealed three new touch-enabled Windows 8 PCs designed for three different kinds of customers. Shipping on October 26, 2012. XPS 12 Ultrabook / Tablet Hybrid – Price $1,199.99 – Specs are 12-inch display, 1920 x 1080 resolution, Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB SSD and Intel HD 4000 graphics card. Ultrabook/tablet... Read More