If you’re thinking “Help, I lost my Windows 8 desktop tile. How do I get it back?” then you’ve come to the right place. Fortunately, it’s built-in and can’t be removed permanently. Here’s how to get it back.
Previously I showed you how to set up a Virtual Machine on Windows 8 using Hyper-V. If you want to enhance the experience and fluidity of the VM, install Integration Services.
Google continues its shopping spree and buys Sparrow, a mail client for Mac and the iPhone. The Sparrow team will work on Gmail.
TeamViewer is a superb cross-platform freeware tool for remote controlling and/or transference another computer.
So you’ve found lsass.exe running on your Windows system. You’d probably like to know if it’s a virus, or if it’s something that is supposed to be there. Well, we’ve got good news.
Windows 8 Pro has Hyper-V technology, which comes from the Server 2008 family. This lets you set up and manage virtual machines.
Stardock’s Start8 app is my favorite program to bring back the Start Menu to Windows 8. The company recently released an update that includes a groovy feature that lets you automatically load the desktop on login.
Attachments.me is a useful extension for Google Chrome that lets you save and share Gmail attachments to cloud storage services like Dropbox, Box and Google Drive without leaving Gmail.
Windows 8 is supposedly all about getting you to your applications as fast as possible. The Metro interface still lacks a lot of usability when it comes to using multiple apps at once, but with a keyboard, you can get around that with this groovy hotkey.
Privacy conscious users might want to avoid connecting a Live/Hotmail account to Office 2013 for whatever reason. Here’s a quick-tip for signing out of SkyDrive from Office 2013.
One of the key parts to becoming a successful app developer is being able to make your most important apps available on multiple platforms. That’s exactly what Microsoft has done by bringing some of their most used applications over to iOS and making them available for both iPhone/iPod users and iPad users. Let’s take a […]
What does Office 2013 bring to the table that Office 2010 didn’t? Aside from improved webapps and a shiny new icon set, there’s plenty more to be found under the hood.