Microsoft’s first ad for Windows 8.1 highlights the return of the Start button. Windows 8.1 will be released on October 18 2013.
Windows 8 customers can update to Windows 8.1 for free in the Windows Store, starting October 18th, 2013. With the return of the Start button, new ways to personalize your Start screen, and more ways to do more things at once, the new Windows gives you one experience for everything in your life.http://msft.it/NewWindows
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Below I have given two videos one is the initial video about first look on Windows 8.1:
Good news, Skype has been integrated to Outlook.com for all North American users and for some more countries, this was announced by Microsoft today.
Today we are excited to give you an update: Skype for Outlook.com is now fully available in several countries around the globe including the United Kingdom, Germany, Brazil, France, Canada, and the United States. For those of you outside those countries, we’re still working hard to ensure this is available worldwide in the near future.
Below is a new video ad in which Microsoft has attacked the iPad showing how easy is to use the Microsoft Surface as compared to iPad and also feature of connecting the USB to Surface RT, and at the end with price comparison and you know Surface is far cheaper than iPad.
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