If you’re running Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise 64-bit edition, here we take a look at setting up a Virtual Machine using the built in Hyper-V technology. More Reading:
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In newer systems, the 64-bit version of Windows 10 is most common. But if you’re running an older PC and want to switch, here’s what you need to know.
Microsoft confirmed that Office 2016 will officially start rolling out on September 22nd for Windows. Here’s a look at new features and reasons to upgrade.
Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 has several built-in utilities that allow you to recover data. But what if your drive won’t boot? Here’s how to get it.
A critical part of managing files and folders in Windows is by using a File System. Here’s a look at managing your data with File Explorer in Windows 10.
If you’re running Windows 10 Home edition, but need the extra features that Windows 10 Pro provides, here’s how to get it using the Easy Upgrade feature.
Windows 10 includes a plethora of built-in Universal applications to get you up and running right away. Here’s a look at using them to get things done.
Domains provide single user log on from any networked computer within the network perimeter. Here’s how to join a Windows 10 client to a domain.
If you need to analyze a data set, Microsoft Excel is the perfect tool for the job. More specifically, Pivot Tables for complex datasets make things easier.
Living in a rural area comes with limits for bandwidth, and if you are like me, you might be coming to the realization that Windows 10 loves data, a lot.
If you collaborate with team members on projects, the Track Changes feature in Word 2016 is essential, and now more powerful. Here’s how it works.
If you have access to multiple computers on a network, connecting them to share data improves productivity. Here’s how to map a drive in Windows 10.
In this article we check out how you can setup additional mailboxes in the latest version Outlook 2016. It’s actually a lot easier than you might think.
Microsoft Office 2016 will save your documents to OneDrive by default. But, if you use Google Drive or Dropbox, you can save them to those services, too.