With Microsoft taking what seems to be a ‘no soup for you’ approach to delivering the first major update for Windows 10 called the November Update.
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Microsoft recently celebrated 25 years of its popular Office suite of programs. Here’s a look at where it started and how it has evolved into what it is today.
There are plenty of free Office utilities out there. But in this article we’ll look at commercial licenses that still exist as both perpetual and subscription.
Microsoft this week announced that it is changing the storage plans for everyone across the board and not for the better and also punishes all users.
The new Apple TV currently it feels like a first generation beta product. So, if you’re looking to get one, my advice is to wait. There’s not much to see here.
Malware, viruses, and other internet nasties are a fact of Internet computing today. They are unavoidable on almost any platform and protection is a must.
Virus protection software used to be all the rage back in the day. But nowadays, antivirus utilities aren’t as necessary, at least for me anyway.
In addition to updating my Office 365 to 2016, I also have a PC which is mostly kept offline. Here are some interesting things I noticed during the install.
How accurate is the heart rate monitor on Apple Watch? I did a few tests to compare the Apple Watch to other devices, and it did surprisingly well.
An Apple Watch is elegant in design, so to many people a protector seems repugnant. There are good reasons to get one, and here’s a look at some options.
Goodbye Windows 10. I’m sorry it didn’t work out between us, but you just didn’t live up to my expectations. I’ll see you in a few years, I hope.
Microsoft today is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Windows 95. Here’s a look at how Windows 95 kicked off a tech revolution and how things have changed.
Windows 10 has the login screen set to the hero image by default, but if you try to change it. Be careful, because what happened to me might happen to you.
Microsoft Edge is the default web browser in Windows 10 when you upgrade, even if you had it set to Chrome or Firefox, and It’s simple to switch back, here’s how.