The operating system world war, has engulfed as all, from Windows to Mac. New August 2012 statistics show that Windows 7 has finally passed Windows XP, after years of convincing people to upgrade, Microsoft grins. However, on the other hand, Mac OS X has also taken a step forward in front of Vista, after years of Apple trying to mass market its Mac operating system. For me personally i’m always rooting for Windows, as when it’s time to work, you can always count on Windows to get the job done. Finally, for all you Linux fans out there you still have some share of the market. Take a look up top to see those numbers.
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As we’re heading closer to October, Windows 8’s release date, we’ve been granted a 90-day evaluation for the new operating system. As of now, you’re able to download Windows 8 Enterprise for free, and check out all the cool Windows apps, plus more. However, you don’t need to worry, as when you’re trial ends you’ll be able to upgrade to the full and retail version of Windows 8. So if you’re ready to jump in to Windows 8 click the source link below and have fun.
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Google Google Google, so many projects, so many extras, how come we see so few of them? Now only the people at silicon valley can answer that, but before Google Now decides to either disappear or debut you now have the chance to try it out. Thankfully for the people at XDA Forums you can download it here even if you don’t have Jelly Bean. Just make sure your device is rooted and your all set.
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Microsoft has officially launched its Office Store (Beta) for all things Office and SharePoint. Downloading content is as easy as 123, because there’s no requirement to sign-up. Meanwhile, Microsoft for some reason hasn’t decided to allow purchasing of Apps currently. But who knows, everything can change as long as it’s in beta form. Check it out here.
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