Well, it had to happen one day or another! Redmond waited months and months, but with the recent release of Windows RT 8.1, the company has finally decided to block the jailbreaking method on the ARM based version of its flagship operating system. The new version obviously brings around several new enhancements...

Windows RT 8.1 users are, without doubt, the most steadfast amongst the overall user base of Microsoft’s modern platforms. Windows 8.1 in of itself is as feature rich as they make them, newer server platforms are stable, and Windows Phone 8 is improving by the month. But users of Windows RT seem to be aware that...

Boy, Windows RT 8.1 sure has had a splendidly storied launch. Microsoft rolled out the new update on October 17, but had to pull it down real quick short after it was available on the Windows Store. The reason for this being a number of issues discovered on several devices — including the Surface RT. Not it...

Microsoft seems to be slowly stepping away from the desktop, at least on Windows RT if not the core Windows 8.1 operating platform. The company has decided to go all in with the Metro UI on its Windows on ARM solution. The recently released Windows RT 8.1, for instance, removes the Desktop tile that was placed on...

Surface RT owners that missed out on the Windows RT 8.1 deal late last week can now get down to the business of downloading the refreshed operating system on the Windows Store. Microsoft has just brought back Windows RT 8.1 in the Windows Store. And now Surface RT and other Windows RT tablet owners can make the...

The Windows RT 8.1 launch party encountered a few unexpected hiccups, for some users at least, leading to Microsoft pulling the update from the Windows Store. But not before countless users had already installed the first refresh of Windows on ARM. According to the reports, some issues were spotted in the install...

The second generation Surface tablets are launching tomorrow, and this has resulted in the desktop versions of Windows 8.1 hogging up all the headlines. Microsoft actually launched the 8.1 update for both the desktops and tablets this past Thursday. But due to an undisclosed issue, the company decided to remove...

Windows RT 8.1 leaked a little while ago and the folks from Winbeta did a rough test drive. Some of their observations: Changes between RT 8.1 and 8.1 on desktop, remain small, but changes are there. For example, the desktop app is no longer pinned to the Start Screen by default. This move doesn’t suprise us, as...