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2 days ago By Nevron

NOV User Interface for .NET

Nevron Open Vision (NOV) implements a complete and feature-rich set of cross-platform User Interface elements (widgets) that aims to...

November 16, 2012 by

So what will tomorrow's Microsoft look like?

It's all change at Redmond, with Julie Larson-Green taking over as Windows chief from Steven Sinofsky. But the underlying shifts at Microsoft run far deeper and will have a profound impact on the next decade of Windows.

April 20, 2015 By Nevron

Nevron Open Vision

Nevron Open Vision is a Cross-Platform Presentation Layer based on .NET. It aims to provide a consistent, modern and powerful set of...

June 1, 2012 by

Windows 8 Release Preview

There's a lot to like in Windows 8, and the Release Preview goes a long way towards clearing up many of the lingering doubts. IT departments should certainly start looking at Windows 8 now.

April 22, 2014 By Stimulsoft

Stimulsoft Reports.WinRT

Creating reports usually consists of two parts - creating reports in the report designer and delivering reports to end-users. For the...

March 1, 2012 by

Screenshots: Windows 8 Consumer Preview

The Consumer Preview is very close to the final Windows 8 user experience, with new touch gestures and improved support for mouse and keyboard. Our extensive gallery explores the look and feel of Windows' latest incarnation.

February 29, 2012 by

Windows 8 To Go: businesses should start here and now

Today, Microsoft is releasing a Consumer Preview version of Windows 8, but don't be misled by the "Consumer" name. This is a beta of what will eventually become a major platform in business computing, with WinRT, and it's therefore an essential download for any company that has an IT infrastructure.

September 20, 2011 by

Microsoft's Metro proves the PC is dead

The Metro UI and the WinRT APIs will signal the end of the traditional Wintel platform and usher in a completely new generation of Personal Computers that will have little resemblance to their forebears.

September 13, 2011 by

Windows 8 Developer Preview

Windows 8 introduces a new interface, Metro, with an 'immersive' look-and-feel that's designed to scale from smartphones to desktops. It's still pre-beta, but developers now have the tools to start creating applications and services to exploit it.

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