How to set up and add email accounts as live tiles in Windows 8.
How to get rid of the on screen touch keyboard that pops up on Windows 8.1.
How to sort the programs and applications listed on the Windows 8.1 (Win8) Apps Screen.
For those who take the leap to Windows 8.1 – take along a Start button.
Microsoft’s latest update to Windows 8 is a direct response to consumer feedback regarding the use of the new OS without a touchscreen.
In an effort to quell the furor over replacing the classic Windows start menu, Microsoft has packed the Windows 8.1 start screen with customizable options.
The sharing options within Windows 8.1 could save you some time.
Those upgrading from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 should learn how to do a PC Refresh.
The upgrade is free. So what is the hold up in getting to Windows 8.1 for some of these users?
How to resolve a common issue for those installing Windows 8.1.
A little know tool that could come in handy when deploying Windows 8.1.
PC Pitstop’s TechTalk contributor, Richard Hay from WindowsObserver.com, was up early today as the digital download became available at 7 AM Eastern Time for the release.
The Start Button is back in Windows 8.1 – but the original start menu is nowhere to be found.
If you elect to upgrade to Windows 8.1 (also known as Windows Blue) you will notice that a few familiar features of the OS have disappeared and are not likely to return.
Credit Microsoft for making significant improvements in Windows 8.1 & including technology that allows you to easily project from a PC to a TV screen.
Step by step installation for Windows Blue/Windows 8.1.
Rich shares his observations of his clean desktop install of the Windows 8.1 Preview.
The Observed Tech podcast digs into the upcoming Windows Blue/Windows 8.1 release.
In late June, Microsoft is set to roll out Windows 8.1 (Windows Blue) and 8 key improvements/enhancements designed to save Windows 8.
Can Windows Blue or (Windows 8.1) make us all believers?