22 Oct.

Altech Windows 8 Launch Site – Week 6 Content

My posts from the Altech launch site from last week…

Rethinking Your Windows 8 Pre-Install Part 1

With the general availability of Windows 8 rapidly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how your system builds will change when the new OS ships. Today I’ll cover off some of the things that system builders will need to take into account from the software perspective.

Rethinking Your Windows 8 Pre-Install Part 1

With the general availability of Windows 8 rapidly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how your system builds will change when the new OS ships. Today I’ll cover off some of the things that system builders will need to take into account from the software perspective.

Organising The Windows 8 Start Screen Part 1

With Windows 8, the demise of the Start menu means that your approach to organising your applications may change. I have previously discussed pinning applications to the task bar as a way of staying in the classic desktop view, and there’s always the cluttered desktop approach. But when it comes to a unified way of finding and launching your current applications and new Windows 8 apps, it pays to spend some time organising the new Start screen.

Organising The Windows 8 Start Screen Part 2

In yesterday’s post I covered how to start taking control of the Windows 8 Start screen, and in today’s post I’ll continue on, discussing several strategies to improve your experience with it.

Making Smarter Hardware Choices For Windows 8 Pro

In previous posts I’ve discussed some of the new hardware advances that Windows 8 supports. In today’s post I will focus on how to select hardware components that can help to ensure you get the best experiences from the Windows 8 PCs that you supply to your customers based on features that will be used. Some smarter planning early on will ensure that you and your customers aren’t caught by surprise later on.

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