Bogdan PopaSoftpedia editor profile and article archive

personal motto:

"Cats are smarter than dogs - Bogdan Popa, Softpedia Reviewer, December 2011"

If you look really deep into my eyes, you may find some sort of Windows imprint hiding in there, as I’m the one who spends most of his time writing about everything that happens inside Microsoft’s Redmond campus.

While I’m probably one of the few Softpedians who truly like Windows 8, I’m also pretty interested in every single little thing that bears a Microsoft logo (I prefer the new one).

When I’m not screaming “developers, developers, developers!” I like watching Formula 1 and soccer, driving and swimming.

Even though that may sound a little bit awkward, I truly respect Steve Ballmer, most likely because he loves Microsoft more than anything else on this planet.

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Microsoft Makes Fun of Apple After iCloud Celebrity Photo Leak

The company uses a OneDrive free storage upgrade to poke fun at Apple’s iCloud service that has recently gotten hacked
by Bogdan Popa, 10:22 GMT
Microsoft to Release Windows 9 Beta in Early October – Report

Microsoft to Release Windows 9 Beta in Early October – Report

by Bogdan Popa, 09:57 GMT
The company won’t launch the preview on September 30
 

Windows 9 Preview: Leaked, but Still No Leaks

Testers received Windows 9 beta, but no leaks happening
by Bogdan Popa, September 19th, 2014
 

New Microsoft Devices Website Signals the Death of the Nokia Brand

Redmond is making another step towards a possible separation from the Nokia brand with the help of new devices website
by Bogdan Popa, September 19th, 2014
Microsoft Fires 2,100 More Employees

Microsoft Fires 2,100 More Employees

by Bogdan Popa, September 19th, 2014
The company started the second wave of layoffs following the Nokia Devices and Services unit takeover
New Windows 9 Screenshot Leaks, Shows the Same Modern Start Menu

New Windows 9 Screenshot Leaks, Shows the Same Modern Start Menu

by Bogdan Popa, September 18th, 2014
It appears that more users are getting the Windows Technical Preview these days before the public unveiling
 

Windows Server 2003 Preparing the World for a New Windows XP Moment

Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2003 next year
by Bogdan Popa, September 18th, 2014
 
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