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Microsoft Will Pull The Plug on Windows XP Come April 2014

Just a year from now and Microsoft will pull the plug on one of its most popular desktop OS’s, Windows XP. This will leave the users, who still love the Operating System, vulnerable to security loopholes. Recently Microsoft issued a clear warning in a blog, asking the users and businesses to switch to a newer…

New Windows 8 Hardware Specs Suggest Microsoft Shift To Smaller, Cheaper Tablets

Microsoft has recently lowered the logo requirements for any new Windows 8 devices, to let its partners build Windows 8 running devices with a bit lower resolutions. This move to lower the resolution requirements suggests that Microsoft is looking forward to jumping right into the smaller and cheaper tablet market; to compete against popular tablets…

Geek Insider Exclusive Interview – Stefan Weitz, Senior Director of Search, Bing

Geek Insider would like to thank Stefan Weitz, Senior Director of Search at Bing, for taking time out of his busy schedule to chat with us. We would also like to thank Phil Butler for coordinating the interview. ***********Begin Interview Transcript*********** Geek Insider: Firstly, the versatility of the Photosynth samples I’ve seen is very impressive….

Windows 8: The Good, The Bad, and the Charms Bar

Windows 8 Pro on Dual Boot – My Experience Over time, Windows tends to slow down and lag. Once it’s too much for you to bear, you re-install to make it run all smooth again. I’ve been running Windows 7 ultimate on a Lenovo G580 since July and my Windows installation had begun to crawl by December….