Dell isn’t happy. As things go, the PC era, that is the Personal computer era may be over.
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If you are using Windows Media Center regularly on XP, Vista or Windows 7, you may now want to take note that changes are coming to the media player in Microsoft’s upcoming operating system Windows 8.
While Microsoft announced the different editions of Windows 8 that will be available today, they also confirmed that Windows Server 8 will now be called “Windows Server 2012″ and have committed to launching it by the end of this year.
This week, Microsoft announced another step towards a final version of Windows 8 with a 3rd release preview scheduled for June.
It may seem a bit premature to start thinking about Windows 9, but we can assure you Microsoft aren’t and they are already working on this release, even though Windows 8 hasn’t been released yet.
If you are struggling to navigate the new Windows 8 interface using your mouse and keyboard, here’s how you can access the different menus and options.