Focusing More On Windows 8 Tablets

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As per the latest news from GoMo News, Prestigio has released a new set of Windows 8 tablets. The Visconte range of Prestigio tablets has a 3G SIM card, but it was not present during the launch. Even the introduction of a SIM card was not a basic need for the tablet but the launch of the new tablet by Prestigio is once again showing the end of basic computers that we use today.

As you are aware that the support that Microsoft has been offering for its operating system Windows XP will end on April 2014 and this can definitely bring the basic desktop computers to an end. So people who have been sticking on with the same could definitely think about switching to the sleek tablets, which have already turned out to be the new trend. If you already have Windows XP, you will find that a Windows 8 transfer will be inevitable in a month or so.

In order to show that the SIM slot is not a basic requirement, GoMo offers Prestigio Android handset 5430 that ensures best connectivity. In order to acquire the same, you can click on Settings menu on the same, select Wireless and Menus option, choose More and this will take you to Tethering & portable hotspot. You can try to turn on the same and thus ensure a 3G connection. You could thus access GoMo news using Prestigio’s Visconte tablet with Windows 8.

One of the benefits of having Windows 8 is that you can omit Windows 8 transfer of home applications as the same gets loaded with Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013. Another noted advantage is the presence of a Windows button that the users will find useful. This means that you will never get confused even if you are using Windows 8 for the first time.

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Another major advantage of Visconte range is the presence of a completely customized Start and Lock screen. As per latest news by GoMo, many of the corporate companies are replacing their XP computers with their tablets due to the numerous features present on them.

People who are still enjoying their XP platforms can simply get rid of them in order to avoid unexpected virus attacks or attacks from rootkits that are highly malicious. Move towards the modern computing interface by purchasing a Visconte tablet with Windows 8 on it.

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Why Businesses Should Use Windows 8.1 Deployments Now

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Use Windows 8.1 Deployments Now

Microsoft is popular for the release of operating systems and other applications intended for business and personal uses. The most recent operating system released by the tech giant was Windows 8. The release of Windows 8 has not been able to meet the expectations of Microsoft as it declined in sales and popularity with time. Therefore, Microsoft thought of releasing a new update to Windows 8 OS called the Windows 8.1.

Even though the Windows 8 operating system was released a year ago, it was only recently that Microsoft released a preview version of the operating system mainly intended for the business use called as Windows 8.1 Enterprise. Microsoft says that those IT employees and users who decided to upgrade their system to the new Windows 8.1 OS should stick on to this decision. Moreover, they also urge the customers to download and install the preview version ASAP so that when the full version of the OS is released later this year, they can easily deploy Windows 8.1 on their business or office PCs.

In addition to this, the tech giant Microsoft also suggests that those businesses who have previously installed Windows 8 Enterprise edition on their computers will make the deploying of the latest Windows 8.1 easier and quick. They state that in order to update existing Windows 8 systems, users can make use of a fully automated process. By running setup.exe /auto:upgrade from the Windows 8.1 installation files, you can start this process by using any management tool or any software distribution. The time taken for the process to become complete depends upon many factors like the network performance and the computer configuration. If you have good configurations in your computer, then the process will take only fifteen minutes.

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When the final version of the Windows 8.1 is made available to the users for smooth transaction, Microsoft will offer Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013, System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager and Assessment and Deployment Kit for Windows 8.1 for the users or the businesses who have installed Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems on their computers.

According to Microsoft, those users who are able to run Windows 7 and Windows 8 on their computers can run Windows 8.1 efficiently. In addition, Windows 8 transfer to Windows 8.1 is offered free of cost and a great percentage of desktop apps and current Windows 8 Modern apps will work under Windows 8.1 OS. Microsoft says that the users need to perform a ‘prudent level of app testing,’ before switching from XP computers to Windows 8.1. To know how to perform Windows 8 transfer, contact the Microsoft tech support center.

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Panasonic To Add Windows 8 To Toughbooks

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Panasonic Integrates Windows 8 In Notebooks

Leading laptop manufacturers Panasonic have announced their new range of Toughbook notebooks, running on the Windows 8 Pro operating system. In addition the company announced that the new Toughbook notebooks will also have a brand new camera technology implemented within them for better utilization of Windows 8′s functions and features. The company has moved on to the latest Windows version foreseeing the end of the Windows XP OSs.

In a press release, the company announced, “With this latest upgrade, business customers can continue to benefit from the rugged and ergonomic Toughbook platform and its comprehensive range of peripherals, whilst taking advantage of the latest improvements in user functionality and the enterprise benefits of the Windows 8 operating system. With Microsoft extended support for Windows XP ending in April 2014, the latest Windows 8 and 7 versions also offer a smooth migration option for businesses. The latest camera upgrade to the Toughbook devices ensures it functions seamlessly in the Windows 8 environment and is optimized for features such as web conferencing.”

Panasonic have already been a major player in the European mobile computing market for more than a decade, just as old as the Windows XP operating system. Looking forward to their Windows 8 transfer Panasonic hopes to provide a long lasting and sustainable product, which employs the latest technology and stays updated for the near future. They have been pioneers in transforming the way mobile workers perform in the workplace.

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Toughbook Notebooks To Run On Windows 8

Panasonic’s Toughbook line of notebooks has been immensely popular due to their high durability and rugged performance, which is backed up by an ergonomic design. It has top-notch features, which include a superior screen viewing technology as well as specially designed docking and peripheral solutions, which meet the demands of mobile workers.

Panasonic later revealed that Toughbook CRF-19, which is one of their top selling products, will now run on the new Windows 8 operating system. The same can be said for the popular Toughbook CF-31. In addition the Field and Health Toughbook CF-H2 and the semi-rigged Toughbook CF-53 will also come preloaded with Windows 8 operating systems.

Panasonic’s move to have a Windows 8 transfer is appreciated by many and will certainly equip their products with cutting edge technology something Panasonic is very good at. The official release date has not been announced but it shouldn’t be too long before Windows 8 replaces operating systems in the Toughbook line of notebooks.

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Modern Mix Tool For Windows 8

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       Features Of Windows 8

Windows 8 is the first operating system from Microsoft that comes with a dual interface. In this operating system, you would find the traditional desktop interface like the ones you saw in other versions of Windows, along with the metro interface that comes loaded with numerous apps. Now, by pressing the Windows logo on your keyboard, you can switch to the newly introduced Start screen or Metro screen in the operating system.

Now, the user who made a Windows 8 transfer says that the absence of a Start button in the desktop window is giving them a lot of annoyance. However, according to Microsoft support, the software giant decided to avoid the Start menu since there is a complete interface itself dedicated for this purpose. When you log in to Windows 8, you are not taken to the traditional desktop Window but to the Start screen.

Understanding the desire of Windows 8 customers for a Start button in the operating system, many third party application developers have developed tools, which introduce a Start button to the operating system. One other developer has released a tool called Modern Mix, which is aimed at bringing the apps to the desktop window. After the installation of this new tool, when you press the Windows logo, you will see the Start screen on your desktop Window. This means, you no longer need to switch between two interfaces.

Metro Screen

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When you launch an app from this desktop screen, it runs normally in the full screen mode, just like the way it used to run from the Start screen. You can change the settings in the program to make the screen launch from left, right, bottom or top of your screen. You can also launch the window in full screen in the desktop menu. There are also many other features of this tool. The tool can be customized to set the time for the Start screen to stay on the desktop.

The new tool seems to be an ideal choice of the customers who have made the Windows 8 transfer and for those who are disappointed with it. Microsoft has also released an updated version of Windows 8 operating system, called Windows 8.1, after receiving numerous complaints on Windows 8. Windows 8.1 brings back the Start button and allows users to multitask. Existing Windows 8 customers can upgrade their operating systems to Windows 8.1 online, and free of cost.

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Microsoft Operating Systems: From Windows 1.0 To Windows 8.1

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       Features Of Windows 8

It has been more than 25 years since we first saw an operating system from Microsoft called Windows 1.0. Since then, Microsoft released many operating systems and the latest in this list is Windows 8.1. While some of these operating systems won the hearts of millions, majority of people hated many others. In this post, we will look at some of the important operating systems released by the software giant.

After the release of Windows 1.0, we saw the software giant releasing Windows 2.0 and then 3.0. Then came Windows 95 in the year 1995 and Windows 98 in 1998. The year 2000 saw the release of the Millennium edition, which did not go well with the users. Then, in the year 2001, Microsoft released one of their best operating systems, the Windows XP. The year 2006 saw the release of Windows Vista and after two years Windows 7. The operating system was a huge success and everyone was anticipating for something even better from Microsoft. However, Windows 8, released in 2012, disappointed many Windows fans. Even though Microsoft expected most of the users to upgrade to Windows 8, only a few users were ready for the upgrade.

The earlier versions of Windows depended more on commands for executing various functions. The later versions had graphical user interface, which was much more user friendly. The earlier versions of Windows operating systems had a single desktop interface. This interface has the basic shortcut icons and taskbar that has a Start button in it. However, after an upgrade to Windows 8, you will find considerable difference in various functions. Windows 8 operating system comes with a dual interface where you can switch between the traditional desktop interface and the metro interface.

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Now, the latest among the operating systems, Windows 8, comes with live and interactive tiles. Once you upgrade to Windows 8, you can harness the features of the metro interface as well as the desktop interface. Even though you will find the traditional task bar in the operating system, the Start menu that was loved by all is absent in Windows 8. This has confused many users as they find it difficult to access the various settings in the operating system. Within a year, Microsoft came up with solutions for customer complaints on Windows 8 and released Windows 8.1.

Windows 8.1 has the Start button and functions much better than its predecessors. Even though an upgrade to Windows 8 could cost you around $200 for the professional version, Windows 8.1 upgrade from Windows 8 can be done free of cost.

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