From better security and personalization to brand new apps like Paint 3D, Windows 10 version 1703 has a lot to offer.
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From dead simple to full-featured, Windows 10 has a lot to offer for prolific note-takers.
The Movies & TV app in Windows 10 Creators Update has received a new interface and set of features that make it more appealing than the current version.
The Windows 10 Creators Update includes a redesigned Windows Paint app called Paint 3D. Let’s review how to get started by reviewing it’s basic features and functionality.
Recently, Amazon promoted it has over 10,000 of these add-ons. We thought it would be fun to review our favorites here at groovyPost and which ones to avoid.
PlayStation Vue offers live TV, on-demand video, a cloud-based DVR all without a cable or satellite subscription. And you don’t need a PlayStation console.
Cheaper than an iCloud storage upgrade and more versatile than hooking up a cable to your PC—this slick expansion drive is worth a look.
If you’ve tried Paint 3D and don’t like it, then Paint.NET may give you balance between intuitiveness and features that you actually need.
Microsoft is releasing a new app for Windows 10 (Creative Update) security settings called Windows Defender Security Center. Here’s a first look at what you can expect.
It’s a New Year and lots of us are trying to lose weight. Rather than us telling you what we think is best, we want to ask you our readers which apps you LOVE! So join the discussion and tell us your favorite Weightloss / Calorie tracking apps!
Instagram is now available from the Windows Store as a universal app. Check out our review for screenshots and features.
Google Keep for iOS is a simple, yet powerful note-taking app that integrates text, to-do lists, reminders, audio, and more. Read on for all the details of this great, free app.
Microsoft’s entry into the chat-based workspace arena is a worthy contender. Microsoft has fully embraced the more “business casual” approach to productivity without losing its edge as an enterprise heavyweight. Unfortunately, there’s no free trial for Microsoft Teams, but we’ll show you what it’s like to take it for a test drive,
I got myself a new router. It’s faster, has some sweet parental controls, and looks like a spider when you turn it upside down. What’s not to love?