Themes are the heart of a Windows 8.1 PC, but Microsoft has also enabled some pretty cool new features for developers to make their games run faster.
This week we’re going to take a look at some of the best and coolest new ways that developers can get their games to run faster, but first, we’re excited to introduce you to some of our favorite Windows 8 apps for your entertainment.
We’ve already covered a ton of new features in Windows 8, so we’re only going to highlight some of them here.
We also have a section for Windows 10 specific features in our guide to Windows 10, but these are our favorite features from Windows 8 to Windows 8 XO, the new app for Windows.
Mesa is the first and only app for developers and IT pros to access the cloud of cloud-based servers that run Windows 8’s operating system.
This allows them to access and store files, manage applications, and much more.
While it may sound like a bit of a hassle, there are a few things that make it so much easier than many other cloud-enabled apps.1.
You can store multiple files in one place2.
Your files are stored on your local computer3.
The files are backed up on Microsoft’s Azure cloud4.
You don’t have to install the application on a server5.
There are no fees or contracts to runMesam is the name of the new application for Windows that lets you manage and store cloud-managed files.
If you want to manage your files from your computer or your phone, Mesam is a great app for that.
You only have to download the app and install it on your computer, which is the easiest part of the process.
If this sounds familiar, it should because Mesam lets you access your files across your Windows devices.
You can easily export your files, which allows you to share them with other people on the same network or to the cloud.
The export feature is really neat and lets you quickly share files with other cloud users, which will make your life easier.
You just have to upload the files you want your users to view, and Mesam will automatically create a URL to share the files with, so you can open it on any device.
You also have the option to import your files to the app, which saves you from downloading them from the cloud and has no costs to run.2.
You get all the features of the Microsoft Azure cloud app for your apps on your PC3.
Your apps are backed with Microsoft’s cloud-hosted version of Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro4.
All your files are on a single server5, and all your apps are managed locally6.
You have the ability to share files on the cloud, and you can import files to and from your app7.
You are able to add multiple applications to the same account8.
You do not have to pay to run these appsMesas main feature is the ability for users to share their apps across their PC and the cloud simultaneously.
This is great for users who want to share applications on multiple devices, like laptops, tablets, or even desktops.
If your apps require a bit more work to sync across multiple devices (such as for a social network), you can also sync your app across all your devices and save a lot of time and money.2,000 developers can now run their apps on Mesas platform3.
Developers can create their apps with Windows 8 features in mind4.
Mesas support for Azure makes it easy for developers who are already using Windows 8 or Windows 8 PC apps to add more features5.
You still get to create a new app, but it has the same benefits of Windows8 applications, like sharing files and managing applications, so it’s a great way to expand your apps to Windows devices6.
If the developers want to add in more features, like a chatbot, they can do so on the app7, but you have to register an account for the feature, and the app will automatically sync with Microsoft for you.
If they are running a server, you can get a certificate from Microsoft for the app to be able to sync with the server, but that requires you to download it for the device to sync, so be careful when using it.2 to 3: Microsoft Azure support for Mesas is really nice and simple.
The developer’s can easily upload their app to the service for it to sync to a server8.
It’s really easy to add a chat bot, and there are also support for the Skype messaging app.
If users are really looking for a chat app, they will really appreciate this, but they will still need to register for a Microsoft Azure account to access their chat bot.
If you want more features or have more ideas for your own apps, check out the Windows 8 Developer forums to get started.3: The new Microsoft Azure service is awesome and can be used by developers to