Android, Google

Android – real winner in 2011, isn’t it?

Microsoft might have sold hundreds of millions of Windows 7 licenses, and Apple might be managing to persuade tens of millions of people to buy iOS-powered devices every quarter, but the real winner when it comes to operating systems in 2011 as been Android, Google’s mobile operating system. Based on the Linux kernel, Android is… Continue reading Android – real winner in 2011, isn’t it?

Microsoft, Windows

Windows 8: Five reasons people might want to stay away

We all have heard that Windows 8 will have more tablet and touch-like features and that it will erase the interminable boot up time that it currently takes a PC to start up. Windows 8 will be available for desktops, laptops, and tablets. However W8 is not such a good thing as it seems to… Continue reading Windows 8: Five reasons people might want to stay away

Silverlight, Windows

Windows 8: The death of the silverlight framework?-unexpected continuation: it will die out for sure.

Windows 8: The death of the silverlight framework? That was the question that I asked to LI users and it triggered a great deal of debate. And now we can say for sure that Silverlight is dead , my friends. Certainly it won`t happen right now, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, as the customers… Continue reading Windows 8: The death of the silverlight framework?-unexpected continuation: it will die out for sure.

Windows

Windows 8 vs Windows 7: Hyper-Virtualization 3.0

The old-fashioned PC paradigm has run out of gas. As conventional Windows systems are too hard to manage and pose too much of a security risk so that sales are declining. For lack of a better alternative, you may need to live with Windows for the foreseeable future. But now that the sins of Vista… Continue reading Windows 8 vs Windows 7: Hyper-Virtualization 3.0