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Why Microsoft Didn't Make a Bay Trail Surface Commented on: 44 weeks ago (October 21, 2013)

Another reason why Microsoft is sticking with Windows RT is that it now has a powerful ARM operating system suitable for productivity devices, which the OEMs can use to compete with Apple when it...

Sleeping with the Enemy: Microsoft Remote Desktop Apps Coming to Android, iOS Too Commented on: 46 weeks ago (October 9, 2013)

No, you won't be able to remotely control your iPad from your PC.

However, you WILL be able to remotely control a Windows 8 tablet from your PC. That's one of the advantages of a Windows 8...

Surface Frames: The First Surface 2 Ad Commented on: 47 weeks ago (September 27, 2013)

How can you tell? Windows 8.1 allows you to split the screen where you wish.

Windows 8.1 Tip: Configure Smart Search Commented on: 47 weeks ago (September 27, 2013)

There are two ways to search for apps -

1. Use the app store and search within it.

2. Use the system wide search (as explained by this article), which will also return any relevant...

Windows RT and Surface 2: What Will It Take? Commented on: 47 weeks ago (September 26, 2013)

Paul, have you tried KVADPhoto+ Pro?

What particular features are you after in your photo editor?

Windows 8.1 Pricing Revealed Commented on: 49 weeks ago (September 17, 2013)

I think that's the whole point - they want you to go out and buy a brand new computer, with a touch screen.

Fall 2013 Windows Tablet Preview Commented on: 49 weeks ago (September 12, 2013)

Yes and no. It depends on the processor. For example, there is a Haswell Core i3 processor which doesn't need a fan.

Microsoft Provides Guidance for Developers Targeting Windows 8.1 Commented on: 52 weeks ago (August 28, 2013)

I disagree, for two reasons -

1. They didn't dump their core developer base for HTML5/JavaScript. You can write apps in XAML and C#/VB which means that any .NET developer familiar with WPF...

Nokia "Sirius" Preview Commented on: 1 year ago (August 27, 2013)

Nokia added a lot of value to Windows Phone through it's own apps and integration, and it's possible that Nokia might do the same thing with it's Windows RT tablet in order to make it a far more...

Windows Phone or Windows RT? Commented on: 1 year ago (July 28, 2013)

Paul,

The simplest solution would be to allow Windows Phone apps to run on Windows RT.

This solution solves the "apps" problem, whilst at the same time maintains the extra...

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