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Critics surround the latest touch screen friendly Operating System Windows 8 and consider it and less user friendly but the customers have a different say to the issue! Recent sales of the Operating System show that the sales of the Windows 8 OS have grown incredibly in the past quarter and specially in the last month. Two months back only five percent of the computer software and hardware shares were dominated by Windows 8 OS however in the last month this percentage increased to twenty percent.
The image below is quoted by ITJobswatchUK to show:
The chart provides the 3-month moving total of permanent IT jobs citing Windows 8 within the UK as a proportion of the total demand within the Operating Systems category.
Vizio is not a new name in the word of computer hardware. Vizio has been in the electronic hardware industry officially for over a decade. The most latest for the Electronic guru is the introduction of a new tablet capable of running Windows 8. The latest Windows 8 touch screen experience can now be observed on a 1080p screened tablet having a 11.6 inches screen.
It was just a few days ago that we were praising another Windows Phone 8 Smartphone and its color options but the best was yet to come. Though Nokia had already entered the Windows 8 Smartphone regime quite a while back their latest addition to the family Nokia Lumia 620 has the property of being the least costly Windows 8 Phone in the market as yet. Available in beautiful and eye-catching seven colored options the phone precedes its sober colored Nokia Lumia 920 and Nokia Lumia 820 predecessors.
Today is Google Chrome’s 2nd birthday and Google is celebrating it by releasing 6th version of the simplified yet powerful browser. Google Chrome 6 has hit the stable channel and is now available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux users.
The wait is finally over for all the Firefox users waiting impatiently to get a first look at Firefox 4.0. Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 has been officially unleashed by Mozilla and is available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux platform. UI changes is one of the many things that users will notice after installing the just released Beta version. Details follow after the jump.
We all know what happened to Google in January, the China attack says it all. It turns out that with that unfortunate incident, the search engine giants started removing Windows from the computers of its employees. The new hires aren’t allowed to use Windows on their PC, Linux or Mac are the allowed alternatives.
Apple has rolled out iTunes 9.1.1 for the Windows and Mac platform. The iTunes update is a minor one or should I say maintenance oriented as it brings bug fixes and improvements on the performance and stability side. Details after the jump.
Guess what Apple has done today? As expected, it has rolled out an update to its iTunes software, iTunes 9.1 to bring the iPad love which is going to spread wild and wide starting from 3rd April. The extremely useful application from the Cupertinos is available for download for both Windows and Mac users. As expected, iTunes brings the iPad sync option along with other useful features which are listed after the jump.
Mozilla has rolled out an update to its latest browser Firefox 3.6. This update takes the version number to 3.6.2 which can also be referred to as Firefox 3.6.2. The upgrade doesn’t bring any new features. Instead it is a security, performance and stability release that fixes one critical security bug. More on that after the jump.
It has been more than a week, since Opera 10.50 was unleashed for Windows, Linux and Mac. Just now, Opera have rolled out Opera 10.51 RC1 build for the Windows platform only. The first release candidate brings no new features. It is essentially a build that brings with it bug fixes related to stability and performance.