There have been recent reports of problems with Windows 8 Updates destroying Linux/Windows dual boot setups. My experience has been that, while there may be problems, they probably aren't as serious as some reports make them sound.
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The accounting software company is expanding further into the US, with senior roles being filled by three new hires with combined experience from HP, Microsoft, PayPal, and Intuit.
Experience really shows in this versatile Linux distribution
People are going to stick with paper billing for some time, which means digital mailboxes are unlikely to experience widespread adoption in the near future, according to Avi Greenfield, HP Exstream portfolio innovation manager.
Windows 8 is OUT on my next-generation Pavilion dm1, and Linux — in the shape of Fedora 18, openSuSE 12.3, Mint 14 and Ubuntu 12.10 — is IN.
HP can't let you downgrade ordinary, consumer Windows 8 PCs to Windows 7. That said, if you do move to Windows 7, or shift to Linux or another operating system, your hardware will still be covered by HP support, just don't expect HP to supply the drivers for any of these alternative operating systems.
If you buy a Windows 8-powered HP consumer PC, or from any other PC vendor, you'll get no help from them if you decide you'd rather have Windows 7. And Linux? Forget about it!
Linux Foundation announces HP has become a Platinum Member of the Foundation.
Noting that Cisco and HP are running CloudStack-enabled Ubuntu Linux on their cloud platforms, Ubuntu and Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth said today at OpenStack Summit that Ubuntu 12.10 with the latest incarnation of OpenStack called 'Folsom" is now available and that the "'Folsom" upgrade path for Ubuntu 12.04 is also ready
Snapped view is one of the most winning features of the Windows 8 experience, but the recently announced HP ElitePad 900 doesn't support it. Uh-oh.
Chinese Web giant says its Linux-based mobile operating system provides a choice for local phonemakers over Google's Android as it offers a better user experience with no challenges to functionalities such as maps and e-mail.
My lovely new HP sub-notebook is now happily running Linux Mint 12, and dual-booting Windows 7 Home Premium, as explained in the previous post on this subject. The desktop is Gnome 3 with the Mint Gnome Shell Extension (MGSE):I will note here that although this has been the standard desktop in Mint 12, and it is certainly more comfortable to use for those who are accustomed to previous Mint (and Gnome) releases, it is not without its drawbacks and unpleasant side effects.
When we left our lovely new HP sub-notebook, we had just finished configuring Windows 7 Home Premium. Now it is time to move to installing a real operating system on it, and for the sake of variety the choice this time will be Linux Mint 12 (and Cinnamon 1.
Good news - the latest Oneiric daily build includes support for the Ralink 5390 WiFi adapter in my HP Pavilion dm1-3105ez. I can't tell yet if this is a result of the version of the Linux 3.
If it wasn't for Linux, a Windows Update crash would have forced me to format my drive and reinstall everything.On Friday I got home from work, powered up my HP Pavilion DV6 6055ea laptop and watched as it promptly shut down to churn through Windows Update.
For years, HP has had a love/hate relationship with desktop Linux. Now, it will be putting its webOS Linux variant on all of its PCs.
After today's announcements from HP about its webOS devices, I'm beginning to think the Linux-based webOS may yet be a contender in the smartphone and tablet space.
When the Linux Mint Debian Edition 201012 distribution was released recently, I installed it on all of my 64-bit systems without problem. But I couldn't get it to install on my HP 2133 Mini-Note, the installer always hung.
Attachmate's CEO insists that his company is committed to SUSE Linux and open source --not a quick sale.In an interview with an opensuse Community manager at Novell, Jeff Hawn acknowledges that Attachmate has no experience in the open source business.
The not-for-profit software organisation Linaro will be backed by several key software manufacturers all working on Linux-derived products, according to an announcement from the company.Canonical, Genivi, HP, the LiMo Foundation and MontaVista have all agreed to become advisors to the Linaro programme which aims to speed up and facilitate the development of open source software.
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