Are you one of the lucky folks who has a Samsung Series 7 Slate? These are great touch-based devices for running Windows 7, and understandably, a lot of folks have expressed interest in trying out the Windows 8 Consumer Preview release on them. Well I have some good news for you. Samsung has published a … Continue reading Windows 8 on a Samsung Series 7 Slate?
UPDATE: Since the technique below was for the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, I wanted to share how you can accomplish this in the RTM release of Windows 8, from my reply to a commenter on the post: For the RTM release, you can use “Turn Windows Features On or Off” in settings (just open the … Continue reading Installing .NET Framework 3.5 in Windows 8 Consumer Preview (updated for RTM)
Today, I’m kicking off a new blog series, which I’m calling Windows 8: What I’ve Learned, or W8WIL for short. I’ve had the good fortune of spending some quality time with the Windows 8 Consumer Preview release, and there are plenty of little things that can make your life easier as a developer, and I’ll … Continue reading W8WIL #1: Friendly Names for AppBar Icons