Windows 8 is the new Microsoft Operating System. Unlike the previous versions of Windows, Microsoft has taken a different and radical approach. The user interface has been completely redesigned from ground up. The idea is to merge the experience on mobile devices and desktop environment. We have app-focused and live tile based interactions. Completely new design, colorful tiles and full screen app. New Start screen and a desktop mode that has no start button we are all accustomed to. In these video series we’ll look at some of the cool Windows 8 tips and tricks that you need to master in order to be productive on this new operating system. More »

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Microsoft is helping Windows 7 customers deal with poor startup performance in the context in which they have at least one external SATA port that is not used.

The Redmond company has confirmed an issue related to the latest iteration of the Windows client, in which customers can experience sluggish boot times on computers that have an unused external SATA port.

And while the software giant is not offering affected users an update to resolve the issue, it is providing them with a hotfix which can be downloaded from Microsoft Support.

“You experience a long startup time on a Windows 7-based computer that has an unused external SATA port,” reads Microsoft’s description of the problem.

For those not familiar with SATA, the acronym stands for Serial Advanced Technology Attachment, and is essentially a consumer mass storage interconnect designed for the ATA command protocol. More »