Are you interested in Windows 8 but afraid to make the jump because of potential gaming issues? For many gamers, it makes sense to stick with the same OS on their gaming rig for as long as possible in order to avoid potential problems from making a platform switch. This is probably why Windows XP gaming systems...

A few weeks ago, Microsoft launched Windows 8 Release Preview. One of the improvements in Release Preview from Consumer Preview was the support of flash in IE10. Now, Microsoft have come up with a detailed post on the Official IE blog about the support of flash in IE 10. Microsoft integrated flash in such a way...

With Windows 8, Microsoft announced a new category of app, which they named Metro. These apps are full screen, “fast and fluid”. They also consume very less memory in comparison to their desktop counterparts. With the introduction of these new type of app, Microsoft decided to create a new way to deliver these apps...

During the Microsoft Surface tablet launch, Microsoft accidentally revealed the new Sky drive and Sports app icons. Click here for Larger version of the image As you can see in the above image, Skydrive, Sports and the Windows App Store has new icons. Windows 8 is presently in Pre-RTM stage and is expected...

Microsoft just posted a new blog post on the Building Windows 8 blog, explaining more about the new People app in Windows 8. The new People app brings a user’s email and social contacts to the cloud. People App has been included in Windows 8 from the Consumer Preview stage. But in the Release Preview, Microsoft...

If you have installed Windows 8 Release Preview, you must have noticed that it does not come pre-installed with Media center. Well, don’t worry. Just follow the instructions given in the video to install Media center. Would you like to see Media Center installed by default in Windows 8??

Windows 8 Release Preview is finally here, and so far it seems about the same as what we saw at the Consumer Preview stage. Is that a good or bad thing? That really will depend on what you thought of Windows 8 Consumer Preview. As for me, it’s a mixed thing. Windows 8 Release Preview still doesn’t feel quite...

Nice catch from TheNextWeb. They were able to catch the following post (below) on a Microsoft blog from Vice President on the Windows Development team, Chuck Chan. He was touting the release of the Windows 8 Release Preview to the Windows Dev Center. The blog post (dated May 31st) seems to have disappeared,...

Winbeta have put together a YouTube video showing the Windows 8 Release Preview from a leaked Chinese build. This build has some some of the apps in Chinese and some in English. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Vq46EjTmAs