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This week Microsoft unveiled it’s new Universal Mobile keyboard that works with iOS, Android, and of course tablets that run Windows 8.1 or RT versions.
In Windows 8.1,sometimes sites that require Adobe Flash don’t work correctly in IE 11. If you run into this problem, here’s a quick tip on how to fix it.
Windows 8 adds a built-in antivirus, formerly Microsoft Security Essentials, and now calls it Windows Defender. Here’s how to add it to the Context menu.
Microsoft announced a new revamped MSN over the weekend, and you can check it out now. The company says it’s built with more emphasis on mobile and cloud.
If you like to dig into your Windows system’s settings, you’re probably going into Control Panel a lot. Here’s how to pin it to the taskbar for easy access.
Windows users know about the built-in Windows tools prominently displayed in the OS, but there’s a ton of tools under the hood you might not be aware of.
Say what you want about Windows 8′s Modern interface, there’s some powerful features under the hood accessed from the desktop like the new Task Manager.
Windows users are familiar with the Run command box since the days of Windows 95. You can pin it to the Taskbar if you don’t like using the hotkey combo.
Here’s how to take screenshots in Windows Phone 8.1 and then use other apps to make the most of your shots and even pull a geek trick on someone.
All versions of Microsoft Office are complex and after time it becomes unstable. Here’s a look at how you can repair or fix all versions of MS Office.
Bluetooth is a simple to use wireless protocol for connecting devices together and sharing data. If you leave it on though, it drains battery juice fast.
If you’re an OCD Windows power user and rarely shutdown or restart your computer (like me), you might want to keep track of the reason why you’re doing it.
While you can set Windows Phone 8.1 to automatically back up your data, it’s not done in real-time and sometimes a manual backup is necessary. Here’s how.