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7 Helpful Back-to-School Apps

Summer is almost over and it’s time to prepare for the school year. From an app that helps you study on-the-go, to an app that will save you money, we’ve collected a diverse list of helpful apps that will get you back-to-school ready! Sleep Cycle: Early mornings are no fun…. Read More

Microsoft’s Free Computer Science Curriculum

Interested in finding cheap and introductory computer science courses for your kids? Microsoft is now offering a free computer science curriculum. The course is designed to attract a broader and diverse audience including those who have never even considered programming. The course is designed to emphasize hands on coding and… Read More

Amazon Echo’s competitor

The first stand alone hardware dedicated to Microsoft’s AI has now been released and it nearly looks like a clone of the Amazon Echo. Like the Echo, these speakers provide the 360-degree sound effect. Cortana is the star here. The voice assistant will be backed by seven microphone array, along… Read More

Google Cloud Source Repositories vs. Bitbucket vs. GitHub: A Worthy Alternative?

Without much fanfare, Google introduced a new version control platform, hosted on its vast cloud. If this sounds somewhat familiar, you may be thinking of Google Code, which is now defunct. The big difference is that Google’s new Cloud Source Repositories is a git platform, which means it is a… Read More

Synching issues after Upgrade

Often times when people update to Windows 10, iCloud stops functioning properly. Older versions of iCloud have some compatibility issues with Windows 10. Here’s a couple of methods you can try to get iCloud up and running again: Method 1: Sign out and Sign back in – open iCloud and… Read More

Microsoft Holds off on New Updates

As excited as everyone is about the latest Microsoft operating system, Windows 10, Microsoft has recently announced that they will not be adding any more features to Windows 10 this year. Windows users will have to wait until next year for two major updates planned. The company has set a… Read More

Start Menu on Windows 10 Will have more Ads

Last year, when Microsoft announced their free Windows 10 upgrade, many users anticipated a catch. Fast forward a year later, those users were right. For those that opted out of the upgrade, they have been hounded to constantly make the change. For those that did upgrade, you’ll find ads in… Read More

Activating Your Windows 10 Product Key

Windows 10 free upgrade product key and activation: If you upgraded your PC to Windows 10 from a genuine copy of either Windows 8/8.1 or Windows 7, your license will be tied to the hardware you upgrade on, not your Microsoft account, and you won’t get any new product key either. You… Read More

How Microsoft plans to be more Transparent

  The continuous Windows 10 updates can be somewhat of a mystery to many PC users. What exactly are in these updates and how will they change your computer? To answer these questions, Microsoft has added a Windows 10 update history site that lists key improvements added within each updates…. Read More

Microsoft KB 3114409 patch causes issues with Outlook 2010

Tuesday December 8th, 2015 Microsoft released an update KB 3114409 intending to prevent issues with Outlook 2010 starting in safe mode, but in fact has done just the opposite! Those who had auto updates turned on or performed an update through Microsoft yesterday and have Outlook 2010, you’ll have an… Read More

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