The Windows 8 Pro was available for install/upgrade on Oct 26 and many users are trying to install the new Microsoft OS on a virtual machine.
With the holiday shopping season coming to a close and the holidays right around the corner, you may be starting to make arrangements for how you are going to actually spend the day you have planned so earnestly for.
During your holiday dinner, you may be taking a couple of photos of the dinner spread, of the family coming in town, and just everyone being merry and enjoying everyone’s company.
Recently we have known that Google started charging for its Google Apps for Business service. Although the fee seems to be small ($50 per user per year), it is still a significant amount if you have a company of a few hundreds people.
Google has announced a big change to Google Apps for Business. From now, the Google Apps for Business is no longer available for free for new customers. That means existing Business customers can still continue using the service without paying any fee whereas new customers will have to pay $50 per user each year.
Windows 8 is gaining more attraction from Mac users in the U.S. and many more of them are finding ways to install Windows 8 on their Mac devices. In a previous article, I introduced one good solution, which is using the BootCamp application in Mac OS.