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Windows 8 Consumer Preview: Connected With the Cloud

See how your people, files, and settings are connected and up to date across your devices.

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Windows 8 Consumer Preview: Mouse and Keyboard

See how Windows 8 Consumer Preview makes the tried-and-true brand new.

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Windows 8 Consumer Preview: Touch

Explore a whole new way to use Windows.

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My PC, My Story: Alan Wilkis

SXSW with Alan Wilkis and his instrument – the Lenovo U300s

Find out more here: http://bit.ly/I84LMb

The band Alan worked with: http://www.facebook.com/thekickdrums

The Lenovo U300 featured in this video was provided by Microsoft.

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PC vs. Mini-Fridge

Halo’s Spartan shows what he thinks about your dorm fridge. Students get a FREE Xbox 360 with the purchase of a new Windows PC for $699 or more from participating retailers! http://bit.ly/PCXbox

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PC vs. Futon

Marcus Fenix demonstrates the best use for a futon. Students get a FREE Xbox 360 with the purchase of a new Windows PC for $699 or more from participating retailers! http://bit.ly/PCXbox

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Microsoft Surface: Keynote

Steve Ballmer, Steven Sinofsky and other Microsoft executives unveil Surface: PCs built to be the ultimate stage for Windows.

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Windows 8: Make It Yours

In Windows, even the little things are all about you. Like the screen that appears when your PC is locked—it can be any picture you choose. You’ll also see quick notifications on your lock screen before you sign in to your PC or open a single app.

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Windows 8: All About Apps

Built-in apps like People, Mail, Photos, and Messaging power you through all your essential tasks and work together for a single, streamlined experience. And there’s a world of new apps to discover in the Windows Store.

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Windows 8: Work Hard, Play Hard

Use your new tablet or laptop for entertainment, work, or both. Snap 2 apps side by side to get more done, use your familiar desktop and keep all the stuff you care about synched across your PCs.