Posts in Windows RT

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

Why I love today’s Windows 8.1 Update

By Amy D

Last week we heard from Brandon LeBlanc about the new Windows In his post, he gives details on the update that offers refinements to the current Windows I’m happy to let you know that the update is beginning to roll… Read more

Windows 8.1 is great for touch, mouse, and keyboard

By Amy D

When I got my new touch laptop for work, I was expecting an adjustment period while I learned to use touch gestures alongside the mouse and keyboard I’m more familiar I was a little worried that it would make using… Read more

Readying Windows 8.1 for release (UPDATED)

By Antoine Leblond

We’ve hit an important milestone for Windows and for Microsoft—just 10 months after delivering on a bold, generational change in computing with Windows 8, our team is proud to share that we have started releasing Windows and Windows RT to… Read more

Mark your calendars for Windows 8.1!

By Brandon LeBlanc

I know a lot of folks are eager to find out when they will be able to get Windows I am excited to share that starting at 12:00am on October 18th in New Zealand (that’s 4:00am October 17th in Redmond),… Read more

Twitter for Windows 8 gets updated

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today, Twitter released an update for Twitter for Windows This update brings along bug fixes but also adds some new First off – Twitter has added the ability for you to sign-in with multiple To add a new account, just… Read more

Halo: Spartan Assault hits the Windows Store!

By Brandon LeBlanc

I really enjoy playing I have logged countless hours in Halo 3 and now Halo In Halo 4 alone, my total play time currently at 2 days, 15 hours and 40 And Ragnarok is my favorite map (which I played… Read more