Classic Start 8 Free Traditional Start Menu Style for Use with Windows® 8

Windows® 8.1 Update 1 May Bring Metro Apps to Desktop

Windows® 8 finally reaches 10% market share

Users Have Two Years to Upgrade to Windows® 8.1

Windows® 8.1 Release Date Unveiled

Will Windows® 8.1 Bring Back the Start Button?

Windows® 8.1 Will Be the New Blue with Old Features

Crawler Group Updates Classic Start 8 for Increased Speed and Convenience

Windows® 9 Set for Release in Fall 2014

Microsoft® Reportedly Reaches First Milestone in Windows® Blue Development

Skype® for Windows® 8 Got an Important Upgrade

Microsoft® Quietly Changes the Name of Surface Tablets

Introductory Pricing Ends for Windows® 8

Windows® 8 Sales May Influence Intel® Revenue

U.S. Army, Air Force and DISA Commit to Windows® 8 for $617 Million

Microsoft® Simplifies Number of Windows® 8 Versions

Microsoft® Sells 40 Million Licenses of Windows® 8 in First Month

Crawler Group Releases Classic Start 8

Microsoft® removes start button in Windows® 8

Windows® 8 extends battery life

Windows® 8 upgrade offer

Windows® 8 availability

Reasons to upgrade to Windows® 8

Windows® 8 release preview

Windows® 8 Sales May Influence Intel® Revenue

Intel® reported its fourth quarter earnings on Jan. 17, 2013, at an unexpected $0.48 per share versus the anticipated $0.45, thanks to higher gross margins and lower taxes. This increased amount for the fiscal quarter ending Dec. 2012, may not fare as well in time, however, since it may be connected with projections of Windows® 8 license sales, which haven’t met expections. Just like with Windows® 7, Intel®may have been banking on higher sales of computers because of the upgrade in hardware for the new operating system. But the reality has been different and Microsoft® hasn‘t sold as many licenses as predicted. Speculation on why Windows® 8 sales haven’t hit their mark ranges from talk that the new operating system doesn‘t have better hardware requirements to  people not fancying the new interface. In the end, it’s hard to say. We can only guess, but the fourth quarter earnings do show the Intel® PC Client Group revenues were $8.5 billion, down 1.5% from the previous quarter and down 6% from the year-ago quarter.