Q: What editions are available for Windows 8? A:    There are four editions now available. Windows 8: For consumers Windows 8 Pro: For business and technical professionals Windows 8 Enterprise: For enterprise customers with software assurance Windows 8 RT: For use on devices with the ARM processor (mostly tablets...

In a recent piece, I talked about how Windows 8 could very well be the beginning of a big revolution that could end with the death of the traditional Windows desktop. Microsoft has stated that they want the PC experience to no longer feel like a PC-experience, instead it should be easy to use, without a lot of...

Yesterday, in a flurry of announcements, Microsoft detailed the new name for Windows 8, the different versions of Windows 8 and the new name for WOA. In addition, today, Microsoft announced the new name for Windows Server 8 – Windows Server 2012. I wanted to take a step back and look at some of the things we now know...

A new Windows 8 build has leaked. It’s Windows 8 version 7989. The new build is currently being distributed on FTPs and file sharing sites after an anonymous leakster posted the bits to the win7vista site. The build is a sample of Microsoft’s work from April with Windows 8 and does not reflect the current state of...

Credit to Tom Warren at winrumors.com Seems like Microsoft is compiling multiple editions of Windows 8 which makes sense. What is strange is that they are allegedly compiling Windows 8 E versions. Windows E versions harken back to the dark days of the Antitrust battle against governments re: Internet...