Don't-Miss Windows 8 Stories
It's easier than you might think to test-drive Microsoft's new OS alongside your existing version of Windows.
You can take advantage of Window 8's in-place installation to upgrade a Windows XP system. But should you?
If you need to buy PC hardware today, you'll do best to purchase gear that sings in harmony with Windows 8--even if you're not planning an imminent upgrade to Microsoft's new OS.
Windows 8 offers improved multimonitor support out of the box. Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started.
Many multimonitor enhancements are coming with Windows 8. We show you what they are and how to take advantage of them with Intel, Nvidia, and AMD graphics processors.
Not only that, Microsoft is offering Windows 8 upgrades for just $39.99. Two steps in the right direction.
Microsoft plans to charge for this add-on when Windows 8 goes final, but for now you can test-drive it free of charge.
Microsoft once again drops the ball on Windows Media Center and gives devoted users a kick in the teeth.
Anderson7 asked the Windows forum for the safest way to install Windows 8 on a system already running Windows 7.
With Microsoft ending support for these old operating systems, now’s the time to plan your transition. Here’s what you need to know before you start.
Ericuse165 asked people on the Windows forum what they thought of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview. I offer my two cents.
Snorg asked the Answer Line forum if Microsoft will activate new Windows XP installations after the company stops supporting the operating system
Windows 8 includes a more drastic graphical interface change than previous versions of Windows. Here are the top questions new users are likely to ask--and how to answer them.
You don't have to wait until next year to see what Windows 8 has to offer. Use these tricks to update your operating system's look and feel right now.
Installing the preview version of the new OS is much easier when you do it from a bootable USB drive.