So you bought the 32GB Microsoft Surface RT with Windows RT and realized that having only 20GB of usable space or less is not enough for you, so you buy a MicroSD card to try and expand storage capacity. It’s a cheaper way to go rather than buying the 64GB version. Then you realize that you can’t add any removable drive to the Windows media libraries (music, video, pictures) and so none of the included apps display them in their libraries. Well, here’s a work-around to this issue on your tablet:
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Many are people worried about ease of use for existing desktop platforms, and I’ve been using the Beta, Release Preview, and Pro versions of Windows 8 for over 5 months now and after the first 3 days of getting used to the Charms bar or swiping from the left side for running apps, it was all muscle memory. After that initial hump, it has been and continues to be an amazing experience. The $40 for the upgrade is well worth it just for the universal search feature (you can even search in an app without going into the app). Then you have the brilliant new file browser and it also graphically shows data transfer rates; you don’t even get to see the numerical speeds on OSX! Then you have these rich beautiful apps in the Modern/Metro interface that show you so much information and do everything you want effortlessly and seamlessly.
With the coming Launch of Microsoft’s Surface RT and future Surface Pro tablet, there’s been a lot of confusion about which programs, applications, apps, and games will or won’t work on Windows RT. Compatibility is something to seriously consider before making the purchase – as if the switch to Windows 8 won’t be enough to think about. This chart helps it break down and give you less to think about when you’re about to pull the trigger and buy it.