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Microsoft could unveil a vision for the future of Windows at the BUILD developer conference scheduled for April of this year. The Redmond, Washington-based software giant is expected to unveil “Threshold,” the codename for a still year-off release that could eventually be Windows 9.
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The new 1.3 version of Antetype by Ergosign brings user interface design (UI design) to a new level.
New PC buyers may be in for an unpleasant surprise; Windows Easy Transfer no longer supports migrations from Windows XP and won’t transfer data across a network or transfer cable.
With O&O DiskImage 8 entire computers, single drives and files can be backed up during running operations.
Microsoft Windows Vista was far from a hit with users when it debuted worldwide in 2007, but now the operating system might have another reason to be seriously disliked.
A year after the release of Microsoft’s radically new Windows 8 operating system, the company has released the first significant upgrade, Windows 8.1.
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