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For Windows users, evaluating pre-release versions of the OS is a common past time. Apple users, on the other hand, are just becoming familiar with dual booting.
This week will mark the 15th anniversary of Apple’s modern client operating system. It was a gamble at the time that paid off and is still strong today.
Knowing some common keyboard shortcuts when working in Outlook 2016 can be a time saver. Here’s a comprehensive list that covers a lot of actions.
In what seems to be common news these days, Adobe has issued an emergency update for its Flash media player. This patch applies to Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Apple’s new Photos app provides seamless integration between OS X and Apple’s iCloud. But that’s not the case for other storage services like OneDrive.
We have reached our final instalment, using Windows 10 in VMware Fusion 8. Here are some tips and tricks to get the most from OS X and Windows 10.
Our first look at using VMware Fusion was straight-forward and in this second installment, we’ll take a look at how to create a custom virtual machine.
If you own an Intel-based Macintosh, there are a number of ways you can run Windows 10 on your computer. Here’s how to use VMware Fusion 8 to run it.
Microsoft offers an insider program for Windows 10 for PC, Mobile, and now Office. It just recently opened an insider program for Mac users for MS Office.
If you installed Office 2016 for Mac back in September but haven’t been able to update the suite since, here’s a look at some troubleshooting tips.
The Microsoft Office for Mac Team is on a roll and bring new features for the new year. One of the cool new features is Full-Screen View for Outlook.
Have you ever ran into a problem where you’re trying to use a flash drive on both Windows and Mac? Here’s how to correctly format the drive to work on both.
Adobe is and has always had more security holes than swiss cheese. We showed you how to help protect your PC and today we show how to protect your Mac.