I am Microsoftie 4 ever (19+ years) working in Windows Services and Content team in the UK, my blog is mainly focused on the Windows family of products and trying to provide help pointers and resources for customers on our products.
Well it seems like just yesterday (oh yes it was yesterday) that i spotted an update to the bing dynamic theme for Windows , and today I have noticed another 2 great shots…
Aerial view of meandering waterways in a salt marsh on the Cape May Peninsula, New Jersey
Iceberg near entrance to Holkham Bay, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Tongass National Forest, Alaska
Get new pictures on your desktop everyday with the Bing dynamic theme for Windows
One quick note when you download this theme you will see a message like
make sure you select the Download Attachments option.
PS don’t forget all Windows themes work on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows RT as well
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I am planning to post up quick reviews when ever I see interesting Windows Store apps and thought I would start with one that I saw tweeted earlier today via Richard (@WinObs), thanks for the tip.
*****Disclaimer up front…”I am in no way connected to the developer, have no vested interest in the app (except being a happy customer/user) and am making no gain whatsoever by this posting, neither have I been asked to promote the app by anybody*****
So the first app I wanted to highlight is the World Time Clock by Reflected Sun.
As part of my role I work regularly with Microsoft folks all over the planet in places as far apart as Toronto, Mumbai and Sydney as well as of course Seattle, and all based from the UK. So it can be quite confusing at times to remember all the different time zones, work hours and daylight savings patterns in all those locations. World Time Clock looks like a great Windows Store app that shows me quickly what the current time is in each city right now, compared to my time in the UK, if it is day light as well as a very useful forward 24 hour view which should help immensely with planning calls.
The World Time Clock is available for £1.79 in the Windows Sore (GB pricing) and there is a free 7 day trial so check it out.
Thanks to Richard again for the tip.
Great to see that the bing dynamic theme for Windows is still being updated
Autumn colors and Emigrant Peak, Paradise Valley, Montana
Mono Lake in Mono County, California
PS don’t forget all Windows 7 themes work on Windows 8 and Windows RT as well
Learn how to design great Windows Store apps with these detailed Windows 8 UX Guidelines for Windows Store apps download.
“Microsoft design has a set of five guiding principles to help you make the best choices when designing your app. These principles are the foundation for building great Windows Store apps. Consider these principles as you plan your app, and always ensure that your design and development choices live up to these principles. “
Windows 8 UX Guidelines for Windows Store apps