Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Microsoft outlines Windows 8 wireless improvements

In the wake of Windows 8, it became known that it was going to have so many specific drivers for 3G/4G cards, as well as WiFi, but much less. Windows 7 solved the problem for the WiFi by having streamlined connectivity. Now Microsoft wants to extend this to 3G and 4G networking as well. With data activation and usage tools on board from day 1. So if you have wanted to show that proprietary program, such as VZAccess Manager, you can now slowly show them to the door. And don't forget to tell them not to hit themselves in the butt on the way out. 


Click here to view the official post from the Building Windows 8 Blog

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