When Microsoft released Surface tablets powered by Windows 8, almost everyone was very much excited. These tablets have enabled Microsoft garnering a lot of people’s attraction. However, now Microsoft has hinted that it might bring a lot of Windows ARM based Windows RT tablets soon, hoping that those tablets would be able to gain same attraction of people like the predecessors.
Microsoft has sold 1.5 million Surface tablets so far, according to a tweet from Bloomberg reporter Dina Brass. The figure includes Surface RT units launched last October, and Surface Pro tablet launched last month.
According to reviewers, Microsoft Surface Pro tablet is pretty hard to repair. To go with it, Microsoft is offering a $99 ‘Microsoft Complete for Surface’ warranty which essentially covers all kind of damages that your Surface tablet may incur.
Within hours after the release of Surface Pro tablet in the U.S. and Canada on February 9 Microsoft’s online was out of stock, including some third-party brick-and-mortar stores. But the good news is, Microsoft is working relentlessly to keep up with the demand of 128GB Microsoft Surface Pro tablet. It has issued an updated guidance for fans who are in search of a copy of Surface Pro.
Good news for those people who have faced “limited access for Wi-Fi connectivity” issues on their Surface RT tablet. Microsoft has begun rolling out an update for the Surface RT to address several bugs like the one mentioned before.
Microsoft’s decision to stride into tablet hardware business was considered a bold decision by many. However, there are those who have expressed rancor over the move and these even include some former executives of the company. One such executive termed Surface tablets a mistake.
When Microsoft unveiled Surface Pro Tablet at the CES 2013, it grabbed huge attention of the visitors and consumers. Later, Microsoft announced on January 22 that it will release Surface Pro Tablet in the U.S. and Canada on February 9. Within hours after release Surface Pro sold out online, and in a few stores.
Yesterday, Microsoft has taken to Reddit to respond to users’ queries regarding its upcoming Surface Pro tablet. During the Reddit session, a Microsoft spokesperson has hinted some interesting developments. These include the possibility of a battery-charging cover for the slate and a whole range of accessories which would connect through the connector at the bottom.
Software giant Microsoft announced the Surface product family last year in June and unveiled “Surface Pro Tablet” at the CES 2013. However, eight months later since its announcement, Microsoft has announced that it will start selling final version of fully-capable Surface Pro Tablet in the U.S. and Canada from February 9. Starting price $899.
A lot of Microsoft Surface users with Windows RT complained about the absence of an official Spotify app for the platform. If you are one of them, and you can’t wait any longer, here is a tutorial which will show you how to enable Spotify web player on your Surface tablet.
Sometimes even small and simple tweaks inside Windows can make huge differences. This id the case with Microsoft Surface because in this tutorial I will show you how to improve responsiveness by simply making few changes inside Windows 8 registry.
Microsoft Surface don’t have any physical buttons which will help you to turn off this option (such as the one on iPad), but it does have the option hidden inside Windows Charms bar; in this tutorial I will show you how to disable it.
Microsoft had pinned a lot of hopes on its new operating system, Windows 8. The company had especially expected to finally gain foothold in the tablet market with Windows 8 tablets. However, that doesn’t seem to be happening, sources within Microsoft’s supply chain claim.
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