Windows 7 is clearly the number 1 operating system in the world right now and I do not see that changing anytime soon, especially with people choosing Windows 7 over the newly released Windows 8. Even though Windows 7 is the number 1 choice for 47.5 percent of IT workers Forrester analyst J.P. Gownder says that it’s yet to reach the “ubiquity” of Windows XP in the enterprise market.
We have been hearing about a SmartWatch from Microsoft for a little while now and The Verge has dug up some interesting information about it. Apparently the device has been in development for over a year now at Redmond Studios. Microsoft had originally planned to release a “Joule” heart rate monitor accessory for the Xbox, but the focus soon went to a smartwatch instead. That seemed like the logical choice as a smartwatch adds so much more functionality like working with Xbox Live, Windows Surface and Windows Smartphones.
Since winding down is day to day activities at Microsoft in 2006 to devote himself to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation we have not heard that much from Bill Gates, but he sat down to talk about Windows 8 and what it means for the future of Microsoft. Microsoft posted a video this morning of his interview on their “Next at Microsoft” series. Read on to see what Bill Gates thinks of Windows 8.
Today, 17 years ago Windows 95 was released. The Windows 95 operating system really drove the personal computer revolution and really was the starting point for the operating systems we are using today. Windows 95 was a huge success for Microsoft as it quickly became the most popular operating system available. This popularity caused an antitrust case against Microsoft because they had bundled their Internet Explorer internet browser with Windows 95.
It may be hyperbolically named, but Windows 7’s God Mode is indeed omnipresent. It conveniently puts hundreds of settings from all around the operating system all in one place. It is really easy to setup and use. Read on to see how to turn on God Mode and make your Windows 7 experience even better….
Windows 7, I’m sure you have heard of it by now. Already Microsoft has a new operating system, hopefully this one won’t be a disaster like Vista was. If you installed Vista or even later versions of XP from a DVD you know that it was very time consuming. Why not speed up the process by using a flash drive to install Windows 7. Windows 7 is currently in beta and Microsoft is offering it free to anyone to try out until August. In this article we will show you how to take the Windows 7 ISO and put it on a USB flash drive for fast and easy installation.