Windows 8: The ultimate guide to BUILD and more

This morning, Microsoft changed everything with the announcement of Windows 8, showing off their latest OS which really is their "biggest bet yet." The company unveilved it's new touch interface, developer tablet PC's and talked about some other new features. The amount of news coming out of the BUILD event is staggering, and we've written this constantly updating guide so you can keep track of whats going on.

Downloads:

Windows 8 Client/Server developer preview now available to public

 

Feature articles:

Windows 8 app store guidelines outlined

What's new on the Windows 8 desktop experience

Introducing Windows 8's tablet interface, Metro

A look at Internet Explorer 10

Improved security, fast boot

NFC built into Windows 8 already

The rigorous testing, stats and assessment console

Windows 8 Server: Screenshots/Whats new

Metro Control Panel video walkthrough

Windows 8 installation process screenshots

Windows 8 gets a new Boot Manager

The "Windows Store" for Windows 8 detailed

Troubleshooting Windows 8 startup and system refresh

 

Reviews:

The first Windows 8 tablet by Samsung

 

Other news:

Windows 8: What's in store for developers

Windows 8 blog site talks about testing touch features

Download the Windows 8 developer preview tonight

Microsoft to detail Xbox LIVE support this week

Windows 8: what Microsoft didn't talk about

More big Windows 8 news soon, sessions to watch at BUILD

nVidia shows off Tegra-based quad core Windows 8 slate

Former Microsoft Product Manager: "Silverlight is Dead"

Windows 8: How to re-enable the classic start menu

Over 500K downloads of Windows 8 in under 24 hrs

IE10 to drop plugin support in Metro

New file system uncovered in Windows 8, "protogon" to be the next big thing?

Windows 8: Want the classic menu? There's an app for that

This guide will be updated live throughout the course of BUILD, in Anaheim, California this week. You can also follow us on Twitter for up to the minute updates, and if you want up to the second updates (not maintained by us) follow the #bldwin hashtag on Twitter.

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