Windows 8.1 to support ultra high-resolution 7-, 7.5-, 10.6-inch tablets

Microsoft revealed that the Windows 8.1 operating system will support in terms of scaling ultra-high resolutions on tablets measuring 7 inches, 7.5 inches, and 10.6 inches diagonally. The announcement came indirectly during a session on creating apps for various screen sizes during the Microsoft Build developer conference. One 7-inch tablet in Microsoft’s developer tools list

Acer W3-810 Windows 8 8.1 inch tablet

Windows 8.1 Targets Mobile Devices

The Windows operating system has been a staple of desktops, laptops and other non-touch devices. But according to a report from BGR, the new version of the operating system, the Windows 8.1, is now tailored to run on tablets. This explains why the new version of the OS is currently equipped with features that can

Windows 8.1 to Bring Back the Start Button

When I first saw the Windows 8, I had the feeling that something was missing. That’s when I realized that the new operating system just killed the Windows Start button. For me, the Windows Start button is one of the most useful features of the interface of the OS. Simply because it helps average users