I am not a fan of the horizontal scroll. There I said it upfront. Anyone who has read this blog for any amount of time has heard me put that out there as one of the criticisms of Windows 8. In Windows 8.1, while horizontal scrolling remained, more thought was given to when and how much it was used. Why does the...

My good buddy Wes Miller is doing a valuable public service on behalf of the Windows 8 community. On his site WinAppUpdate.com, he’s keeping track of how many apps are available in the Microsoft store. From his site today: As of today, the Windows Store has 3,610 Windows Store apps available for purchase or free...

During the BUILD conference in Anaheim, California, developers and the world got a sneak preview of the new Windows Store. Microsoft is launching a Windows Store with applications and games developed in HTML5/CSS with JavaScript, C, C#, C++, VB or XAML. The Windows Store will only be accessible through the new Metro...