Microsoft is one of the nine companies that are currently being probed for antitrust violations by Chinese regulators and things have taken a rather interesting turn. It was recently revealed that the company was not entirely transparent about software sales data, products like Windows and Office. But it appears that...

For those who have yet to use Windows 8, you might not be aware but Windows Media Center is no longer included in Windows 8. No, it’s not gone for good either. Microsoft instead has a special “Add Features to Windows” section where Windows Media Center is expected to arrive. For those that absolutely need the Media...

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??

Examples Of Physical media Windows 8 is just around the corner, as is the upcoming Release Candidate (expected in June). As it approaches we are starting to hear just a few new things here and there, such as the recent clarification regarding Windows Media Center and WM Player. The most interesting thing to come out...

When it comes to Windows 8, one of the largest focuses is clearly around the Metro interface. Metro receives a lot of attention for a few key reasons, first of all because it’s a dramatic change from what we’ve seen since Windows 95 (the traditional start bar), but second of all because it is a large part of the...

A few days ago Microsoft revealed some details about its upcoming Windows 8 app store. It will use the same marketing model as Apple 30% cut for Microsoft, and a 70% cut for developers. A feature that is unlike Apple is that it also allows for open source apps to be distributed in the store. A developer can submit...

When it comes to Windows 8 features, I’ve often spoken about how important I think a Zune Metro app would be in bringing tightly integrated media features, similar to what Apple and Amazon have with their tablets. Now I’m going to talk about what such an app could look like and how it could really set W8 tablets apart...