It was yesterday the official worldwide launch of Windows 8!
Here’s the on-demand webcast:
Because I think this isn’t very clear on the default interface, here’s a tip to setup multiple e-mail accounts for Windows 8 Mail App.
.: Open Windows 8 Mail app.
.: Launch the charm bar moving your mouse to the upper corner on the display or with windowskey + c
.: Click Accounts and your ready to go!
More 30 years to come!
Although not very recognizable in the overall hardware scene, I must confess that I’m a big fan of the Microsoft’s hardware division.
Great mice and keyboards and of course Microsoft’s Kinect.
As it celebrates it’s 30-year anniversary, Microsoft Hardware announces the launch of several new devices, and a lot of them are tuned for use with Windows 8.
Most of the mice and keyboards and bluetooth-enabled devices and we already know their name:
.: Wedge Touch Mouse
.: Wedge Mobile Keyboard
.: Sculpt Touch Mouse
.: Sculpt Mobile Keyboard
To take a look to the new devices go to:
Microsoft News Center - Microsoft Hardware Delivers on Windows 8, Good Looks and Mobility
Just to post a quick chat between John Weston and Michael ‘The Deployment Guru’ Niehaus about Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 Update 1
Just dive in to:
Directly from TechEd 2012, here’s a very nice session where it was demoed how the new Microsoft Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) can help to troubleshoot performance issues, with a special focus on boot times.
Just to show an inspiring video about the new Outlook.com website, the future of Hotmail and the future Microsoft’s webmail.
To start using Outlook.com just go to: