Windows 8 has finally launched and is now available in retail channels for purchase. If you want to learn more about it before buying, don’t hesitate to register for this free webcast on October 31st.
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Paul Thurrott published a good overview of the productivity apps included in Windows 8.
AVG launched their 2013 version of Internet Security and it features a new interface and support for Windows 8. But what about the quality of their products, do they provide a good experience and good protection? Learn more from this review:
More details in this blog post from Microsoft: IE10 on Windows 7 available in November
If you are looking for a good book about Windows 8, the Windows Club recommends Windows 8 Step by Step, from Microsoft Press. They published a pretty good review about it and are also giving away 5 digital copies of the book.
In this article you will learn about the real performance of their latest security suite and some surprising facts about the 2013 version.
Did you know what the essential Windows 8 apps and their respective functions are? This guide should help you with that.