Everyone should be aware of the plan of Microsoft to abandon Windows XP starting from April 8, 2014. The problem here is that about 39% of the total devices in the world are still running on Windows XP. What will happen to them without the support coming from its creator? Apparently, this issue will inconvenience a large number of users.
Upon Microsoft’s official announcement, many have been waiting when it will be made available to the public.The public is also eagerly waiting whether it will be bundled with the Surface Pro tablet as well as its price.
Microsoft’s new version of office is Office 365 Home Premium Edition. This version has some drawbacks, but all these should be acceptable due to its high quality features. Here are the seven reasons why you should try Microsoft’s new Office version of office.
Microsoft Office 2013 is the latest incarnation in the Office series and is the most eagerly anticipated office versions ever.Office 2013 is not that different from Microsoft Office 2010. The first visible change is the Start screen of Office 2013. The start screen shows a number of templates that the user may wish to use from observed behavior or those that are most common to users. One of the best thing about the Start screen is that it gives room for customization. Users can pin or unpin templates from the start screen.
In 2012, flash was one of the most hyped technologies. There are millions of vendors trying to sell their array of hardware and using cash from consumers in order to maintain the business. However, not many vendors will survive because the market is consolidating. Besides, software-defined storage is also to blame. Very few enterprises need a high level of performance, besides, very few people are likely to purchase from the many beginners that are vending flash storage. Consumers find it wise to buy from established vendors like EMC and IBM. In simple terms, 2013 is likely to be the time for flash storage crash. Consolidation will lead to three or four vendors remaining, and the rest will crash due to more supply than demand.