Microsoft held a one hour briefing today and surprised us all by announcing the name of the new OS. It’s not called Windows 9, instead it’s Windows 10.
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Microsoft announced this week that it’s in the process of rolling out the new revamped MSN site as well as new rebranded and updated MSN apps.
Microsoft is scheduled to hold a one hour briefing tomorrow at 10am PT from San Francisco to show off the future of its desktop operating Windows 9.
Microsoft Word is the standard when it comes to Office documents. Here’s a look at some tips that will help you make your documents the best they can be.
Microsoft this week released a new update for users who are part of the Preview for Developers program. The new build started rolling out on Wednesday.
If you updated Skype recently, you’ll notice an annoying animated banner ad that even cuts into the video feed when full screen. Here’s how to turn it off.
A lot of space can be saved on your hard drive by clearing the Temp file, and here’s how safely delete the temp files from the previous day during boot.
This promotion is for a limited time, and mainly aimed at iPhone users. However, it also covers Android and Windows Phone users too. Everyone gets 30 GB.
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.