Posts in SoC

InstantGo: a better way to sleep

By Kevin A Chin

You may have heard about InstantGo in Windows (known as Connected Standby in Windows 8 and Windows RT), and how it has replaced the traditional sleep or standby function in many Windows and Windows RT What you might not know… Read more

Intel launches 4th generation Core processors

By Brandon LeBlanc

Intel this week is launching the 4th generation Intel Core processors(commonly referred to by codename “Haswell”). This includes their Core i3, i5, and i7 processor These new processors from Intel are exciting because they deliver significant increases in battery life,… Read more

Windows at CES 2012

By Brandon LeBlanc

Looking back at 2011, it was a great year for Windows and for We began 2011 with a little over 240 million licenses sold of Windows Since then, we’ve seen incredible momentum with Windows 7 throughout 2011 (300 million licenses,… Read more

Windows 8 on NVIDIA Tegra powered devices

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today at NVIDIA’s CES press event – our own Aidan Marcuss, who is a Senior Director of marketing here in Windows, stopped by to demonstrate Windows 8 running on NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad core mobile At last year’s CES, we… Read more

Hardware partners get a glimpse of Windows 8 at Computex

By Brandon LeBlanc

Earlier today, we shared a preview of the new user interface in Windows There was also Windows activity happening halfway across the world in Taipei, Taiwan, at a big hardware show called There, Mike Angiulo, Corporate Vice President of Windows… Read more

Windows 8 Previewed at D9

By Brandon LeBlanc

At the D9 conference today, Windows and Windows Live President Steven Sinofsky joined Walt Mossberg on stage to discuss more about the future of And Steven brought Corporate Vice President of Windows Program Management, Julie Larson-Green with him to show… Read more

Windows at CES 2011

By Brandon LeBlanc

It’s been an exciting day for Windows with lots of news I did however want to take a few minutes to share with you a bit more about the rest of the Windows story and the things we will be… Read more