In order to ensure a good user experience with Windows 8 Consumer Preview, Microsoft has worked together with applications developers so they could provide a very good content for all the users around the world, in Windows 8 Store. Here you have the first 10 ‘must have’ application which we recommend that you install in your Windows 8 Consumer Preview copy:
This tutorial will teach you how to create a portable Windows 8 Consumer Preview which can be run from an USB Stick or an external hard drive.
Windows 8 Consumer Preview is the beta system that has been provided to all users in order to test the capabilities and make an idea on what Microsoft is planning to release in a couple of month, when the final OS will be ready. It had a real success when it become available for download, as in the first 24 hours, more than 1 million copies have been grabbed by users all… Continue to How To Create Portable Windows 8 Consumer Preview On USB Stick
Windows 8 Consumer Preview has become available for download a couple of weeks ago. Since then, the most complaints are referring to the lack of Windows 8 Start button. Today we will show you another method of getting this button back in this new operating system.
Many of us have already installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview on our computer but I’m sure that some of you are quite skeptical about Microsoft’s newest operating system. I know change is hard sometimes and you don’t want to abandon your current, trusty old Windows 7, but you should know that Windows 8 comes with over 100.000 changes/improvements versus Windows 7 and a lot of new, cool features so you might as well give it a try. The easiest way to go from old to new without loosing settings, files and installed programs, in this case, is to upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 8… Continue to How To Upgrade/Update Windows 7 To Windows 8
I don’t know about you but I’m a hardcore user of Windows shortcut keys or hotkeys as many like to call them. I’ve been using keyboard shortcuts since Windows 98 and I was afraid that with the new shinny Metro interface, orientated for touch, Microsoft will loose it’s interest for these kind of geeky things.
But as it turns out, Windows 8 Consumer Preview is packed with shortcut keys and I’m thrilled to present to you a short list of the most useful (personal opinion):
It looks like Windows 8 Consumer Preview is a real success. In the first day after its release the beta operating system has been downloaded more than 1 million times. That surpasses the number of downloads which have been recorded back in September, 2011 when the Developer Preview was released, and also establishes a record in which regards the most downloaded Microsoft beta version ever.
Ahead of competitors, and just one day after the arrival of the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, Panda Security announced the availability of the new beta version of Panda Antivirus Pro 2012 compatible with the the above mentioned OS, so that all users who have installed on their computers the beta version of Microsoft’s new operating system may have antimalware protection from Panda Security.
This tutorial will teach you how to uninstall Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
A lot of subjects are flowing these days, after Microsoft has released the official Windows 8 Consumer Preview edition. This is nothing more than just a beta system which has been offered in order for users to accommodate to the new OS and also to test its capabilities, too.
This tutorial will teach you how to install Windows 8 Consumer Preview from an USB stick. Because it has just been released, you can grab a copy of the Consumer Preview and download it directly on an USB stick.
Last week Microsoft has officially presented the Consumer Preview of Windows 8, making it also available for download. In fact this is just the beta of the famous OS which will be released this summer. The Consumer Preview download was officially announced at WMC, in Barcelona.