A recent leak by Microsoft confirmed that the company may be releasing Office for iOS for sure (well, almost!). The leak reveals the applications Office Mobile for iPhone, Excel for iPad, and PowerPoint for iPad.
Almost after a month since Microsoft launched the Surface (with Windows RT), the company has released the pricing structure for the upcoming Surface Pro that will run Windows 8 Pro (full version of Windows). The Surface Pro will be able to run any standard Windows-based application.
Microsoft confirmed today that the company sold over 40 million Windows 8 licenses in just a month. Just to compare…it sold 60 million Windows 7 licenses within first 2 months of its launch. So it does look like that in spite of mixed reviews, Windows 8 is doing quite well!
We were all aware of Microsoft’s vision of Internet Explorer 10, a product on which the company was working for quite sometime. Originally released on 15th August 2012 for Windows 8, a new Preview edition of IE’s latest avatar has been released for download, this time for Windows 7.
Mozilla team recently sent a huge cake to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team to congratulate the company’s IE10 launch. The cake was “gone” in under 30 minutes, as tweeted my Microsoft. Seemed…it was really a tasty one!
Microsoft is throwing a party at NYC’s Pier 57 as a part of Windows 8 launch. Of course, you may not be able to join them in person, but Redmond wanted to make sure you can participate somehow. The event will be streamed live. All you have to do is just go here.
We are fast approaching the much awaited Windows 8 launch date. Microsoft has finally started sending out the invites to the event, to be held in NYC on October 25th.
Want to buy a new laptop now but worried that you will miss all the Windows 8 fun? Microsoft revealed (a while back) that if you buy a Windows 7 PC between June 2, 2012 and January 31, 2013, you would be eligible to upgrade to Windows 8 for just $14.99! Yep. It is that easy.