It’s no secret to anyone who has read this blog for any time at all that I am a fan of Sweetlabs. The company has shown an almost uncanny ability to read future trends and adapt appropriately. You may know the company for their product Pokki. I first wrote about Sweetlabs in 2012 when they were introducing Pokki as a...

So a pretty obvious tip here but this one is based on my recent experience. I recently upgraded my primary PC to Windows 8 Pro and made the mistake of doing the actual upgrade as opposed to a clean install. To set the context, I am an online marketer and a techie as well so I have more apps and files on my PC than you...

When it comes to previews of operating systems, many of us love to see what has changed and what hasn’t. At the same time, not everyone accesses these previews the same way. For people like myself, I like to really dive into the full experience and ditch the current OS as my primary OS, instead using the test version....

Are you strongly considering installing Windows 8 Consumer Preview on your primary PC, but are uncertain if it’s a good idea? First off, you aren’t alone. Since I work from home, my laptop is my office and therefore a very important business tool. At the same time, I publish articles for Windows 8 Update and so having a...

This is the third part of a multi part series of new Windows 8 screenshots Part 1 is here Part 2 is here In the last post, the install had begun Post install screen looks a lot like Windows 7. Still looks a lot like Windows 7. And of course, the screen we have all come to know and love… lets not leak our hard...

This is part 2 of the new Windows 8 installation screenshots posts. You can find part 1 here. OK, after putting, your key in, its EULA time (End User License Agreement) Interesting. A more granular set of questions that help determine your intent with the install/upgrade… Standard Compatibility Check… Funny, gee can...

Well folks, you knew it was coming in a few days but we got them in a few hours. Shout out to winreview.ru for the catch. Here are the first screenshots of the very rudimentary version of Microsoft Windows 8. First and very importantly, the name seems to be confirmed as Windows 8. You can see the banner come up upon...