All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘MSDN’

Microsoft Backtracks On Windows 8.1 Availability, Developers Can Get It Now

In late August, Microsoft announced that Windows 8.1 was shipping out to OEMs. In the same announcement, Microsoft said that subscribers to its MSDN or TechNet services would not get early copies of Windows 8.1. As we learned from the Xbox One debacle, however, Microsoft will relent when enough people complain. Microsoft announced today that Windows 8.1 RTM is now …

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Windows Store Now Open For All Developers

One of the big selling points of Windows 8 is that it’s adding something similar to Apple’s App Store in the form of the, you guessed it, Windows Store. It will feature all the apps and games that people have built for Windows 8 in one easy to find place. That very store has some developers crying foul, but most …

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Windows 8 Has Gone Gold, Developers Get It On August 15

All of us lowly consumers must wait until October 26 to get our hands on the newest operating system from Microsoft. If you want to get it early, you will either have to work for an OEM or be a developer. The Windows 8 team announced today that they have hit the first major milestone in pushing Windows 8 to …

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Microsoft Prepped To Launch Social Bookmarking

According to Microsoft’s John Martin, Microsoft has launched a preview of its Social Bookmarking Service. This service is available for both MSDN and TechNet.

This new service will not be fully operational in the ‘preview’ version and will only be available in English. However, it will enable the users to:

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