So there are also a bunch of wallpapers that Microsoft update constantly and we are going to be sharing them with you. These wallpapers are not for any particular version of Windows but will work on any version. The original link for these wallpapers can be found at the Microsoft site which is right...

I just realized that I never shared these wallpapers with you guys so… better late than never. These wallpapers are the wallpapers that came with the RTM version of Windows 8.1 There are 9 that came in the pack and as you can see, they ain’t half bad. The original link for these is windows 8.1 wallpapers via Deviant Art...

So I’ll make this really short and sweet. We’re trying to collate all the unanswered questions about Windows 8.1 that you all may have and put together a Q and A section for y’all. So, do you have Questions about Windows 8.1? If you do, use the comments below to list your question and we’ll make sure that it gets answered...

Here’s my review of Windows 8.1. So Windows 8.1 is here and after checking it out and reading about all the benefits it brings, it still doesn’t resonate with me. I made the move to Windows 8 because I found a really great deal at Staples where I was able to get Windows 8 Pro for $59.99. My PC was pretty quick but after...

The Windows 8.1 upgrade download is slow today. It starts out and has taken me almost 2 hours to download and I have a really fast connection. So you start out in the Windows Store and see the screen below.. Then you click to update for free.. Then you start downloading And there you have it folks… Still...

The good folks at Winbeta took a hands on approach and made a video showing about 20 minutes of video from the upcoming Windows 8 update – Windows 8.1. In this video, they walk through some of the highlights from the Operating Systems refresh and show some of the new stuff you can expect with this update. Windows 8.1...

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 most...

The website Win8china posted some screenshots of what they allege to be Windows 8.1 RTm. Take a look at some of them below…          

Paul Thurrott tweeted on August 23 that Windows 8.1 has RTM’d. Apparently the final build number from Microsoft is 9600.16384.130821-1623. In addition, Mary Jo Foley spoke to some contacts who essentially confirmed the assertion after checking with some of her internal sources. The rumor is that Microsoft waited to RTM...