Windows 8 Apps
In this category we will review all Windows 8 apps. Do you want us to review a specific app that you found in the Windows 8 app store? Let us know!
Instant messaging is a large part of many people’s day; it’s how they keep in touch with friends and schedule events. But will Windows 8 throw a wrench in the works?
Note that Messagging app in Windows 8 is not same as messaging app in Windows phone. It is a Metro styled version of Windows Live Messenger i.e. Microsoft’s PC-based instant messaging application.
McAfee becomes the latest company to update their software to Windows 8 and launches the Server Security 2012 range for Windows Server 2012 platform.
Symantec has just released the Norton 360 and Norton Internet Security 2013 versions, making their line of products completely compatible Windows 8 and also making some claims of better speed and security.
Microsoft has been busy on all fronts — soon after the release of the Windows 8 RTM build to manufacturers, it has begun updating the sundry about certain additions to the free downloadable applications that previously used to bear the name Live.
This third-party app brings the joys of the Windows 8 Metro Interface to the one place in Windows that has not been graced with its presence — the Explorer.
Internet Explorer 10 was born in to controversy with its dual personality and now we explore it from close quarters to gain a deeper understanding of what it is capable of.
NewsMix is a social news reader app with a social twist that allows important and influential users to gather and curate news rather than using a set list of categories.
Metro UI inspired Twitter client MetroTwit may have seen daylight on Windows 7 but it has finally made its way to its destination — Windows 8.