Recently, a hardware requirement section (including RAM) showed up on Microsoft’s MSDN Hardware Components guidelines page for Windows 10 for PC and Mobile.
Apple iOS 9.3.2 was released this week and it’s packed full of security fixes you should be aware of. I’ve reviewed all the details along with my recommendation on installing or skipping the update.
Google announced at its annual Google I/O 2016 conference that Google Play store will make an appearance on the company’s Chrome OS.
Microsoft today published a knowledge base article (KB3095675) with information about the changes in the Windows 10 Upgrade Notification process.
Netflix this week launched a site that allows you to test what you’re getting for download speeds from your ISP. It’s a basic online service called Fast.com.
Windows 95 is showing up on modern devices these days. The most recent sighting is running on Xbox One via DOSBox and the console’s ability to run UWP apps.
Mail Merge is one of the classic features of Microsoft Word used to produce mass documents containing unique information. Here’s how to use it.
Microsoft released the new Universal OneDrive app for Windows 10. It’s cleaner than the web UI but still doesn’t include placeholders like in Windows 8.
Microsoft today rolled out an update for Windows 10 PC Preview Build 14342 for Windows Insiders. It includes bug fixes including ones for Microsoft Edge.
A new scam for Windows users claim to be tech support and are now using ransomware-like lock screens to threaten users and their data.
Motorola has taken the wraps off its latest mid-range Moto G lineup and has introduced three variants of the Moto G4 budget Android driven smartphones.
Microsoft today rolled out a Rollup Package for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1, that includes all updates released since February 2011 to April 2015.