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Windows 8 streamlines printing

Windows 8 streamlines printing, puts old architecture on the chopping block

Anyone who’s ever attempted to configure a new printer from their PC knows the process can be cumbersome at best and Microsoft largely agrees. So, in anticipation of its upcoming OS refresh, Redmond’s pulling back the curtain on how it managed to trim the fat from its previous printing architecture. The new system which will underlie both consumer-focused iterations of Windows 8, simply dubbed v4, slims down the 768MB of disk space previously required on Vista for a significantly lighter 184MB (an average) footprint in Windows 8 and adds greater in-box support for more commonly used, contemporary printers — specifically for Windows RT. The team’s also worked hard to keep the experience consistent, separating manufacturer UIs from drivers and paving the way for Metro-style support where necessary. The changes will reportedly ease the load on ARM-based devices and streamline the end user experience with a hassle-free, plug-and-play approach. …

via engandget

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http://www.windows8update.com/2012/07/18/we-have-a-release-date-windows-8-wil… windows8update.com

Get ready Windows 8 now has a release date, stay tune why you should wait.

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Did you ever want to try your hand at creating an app? Here is a great guide to getting started in Android and software to boot.

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