Dear God, it’s all over. Tons of leaked screenshots have surfaced on the web of Windows 8 Build 8220. These are from Winunleaked. He says it’s stable and even runs faster than Windows 7 Sp1. Click on the images to expand…    

Here are some new Screenshots from the Windows 8 build 6.2.8220. Click to enlarge Windows 8 Build 6.2.8220 refresh and recovery screenshot Windows 8 Build 6.2.8220 pc settings screenshot Windows 8 Build 6.2.8220 language screenshot   Windows 8 Build 6.2.8220 applications screenshot

Windows 8 Build 628220 part 2 A recent screenshot on the PC Beta forum suggests that Microsoft may be changing the desktop interface significantly. According to Neowin, the start menu button appears only when users move the mouse (or their finger) to the left lower corner of the screen. The basic idea behind the move,...

More news on the continuing Windows 8 Consumer Preview/Windows 8 Beta naming drama. The website windowsblogitalia has come out with a bunch of leaked screenshots (below) showing the software being called Windows 8 Consumer Preview. They are also shining some lights (speculatively) on some details about the timing of...

Now that’s funny. Ilana Smith, a lead program manager on the Engineering System team, authored a new post on the Microsoft development blog. Microsoft are responding to user feedback to both their blog posts and the Windows 8 Developer Preview. For example, they are making changes to the way files are copied and...

I was having a conversation about Windows 8 with a cousin of mine and it’s funny – this issue has started popping up in discussions. I’m talking about the name “Charms”. Microsoft use the name to describe a series of icons that show up when you hover on the right side of the screen or over the start menu. The...

Interesting post from the blog of one Darren W Baker that seems to back up Paul Thurrotts theory about the new name for the Windows 8 Beta – “Windows 8 Consumer Preview”. He posts an image of a Windows Hardware Newsletter that he received a couple of days ago. In it (partly pictured above), the quote captured says: As we...

Building upon something noticed by Paul Thurrott a while ago, Mary Jo Foley has a really interesting post out today. In it, she speculates that Windows 8 Beta might end up being called the Windows 8 Consumer Preview. She quotes Windows Direct of Consumer PR, Janelle Poole who said the following: “We haven’t talked...

Microsoft have updated their Windows 8 Development blog once again. This time, they are detailing the way they optimize connecting Windows 8 to mobile networks. They are claiming that Windows 8 will more intelligently manage connectivity to networks for users by being cognizant of both 3G and Wi-fi networks. It will...

So the leaks from the legend that is Canouna continue. For those who don’t know, Canouna is the mystery man (or woman) who continues to leak eeriely accurate information about Microsoft’s Windows 8 development schedule. Canouna is reporting that Windows 8 is currently at build...