Windows 8 Video Roundup

Check out features, new hardware from Microsoft and partners.

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Microsoft’s Windows 8 campaign is ramping up – the company’s WindowsVideos channel on YouTube has published a bunch of new videos highlighting features of the operating system as well as spotlights on different new hardware that support the OS. Join us in a tour of the latest videos!

Related: Can you navigate Windows 8?

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Meet the new Windows

This 58-second clip gives you a quick overview of the “Swipe, tap, click and zoom” features of the OS.

Related: A Windows 8 tutorial

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All About Apps

The new OS provides built-in apps, including People, Mail, Photos and Messaging, but you can also find more apps in the Windows Store.

Related: Windows 8 adoption will take a while

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Work Hard, Play Hard

In this video, we get a quick overview of how Windows 8 can be used for personal entertainment usage or laptop work scenarios.

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New PCs for a new Windows

A lot of people think Windows 8 is just about the Surface, tablets and phones, but this video shows all of the new PCs (notebooks and desktops) that can run Windows 8 in new ways.

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Meet the new Ultrabooks

Thin and light with HD touchscreens, and long-lasting batteries are the hallmark of the latest Ultrabooks that can run Windows 8. At least according to Microsoft.

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Meet the ASUS Vivo Tab RT

It’s a notebook and a tablet! The ASUS Vivo Tab RT can click into a keyboard dock to make it perform like a notebook, or you can detach it and carry around the screen like a tablet.

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Sony VAIO Tap 20

The VAIO Tap 20 is a 20-inch screen PC that can act as your new home entertainment PC with multi-touch features and Windows 8.

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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13

This ultrabook includes many operating modes for displaying the notebook in different positions.