Windows 10 updates: what to expect

Windows 10 updates: what to expect

During Microsoft’s Build 2016, new innovations were announced to the public. But what you should really keep your eye on are the changes made with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. With the new updates many are expecting features that help manage your business and personal life.

Personalize your Windows 10

Personalize your Windows 10

You’ve just logged into your PC and you’re greeted with an incredibly plain desktop background and an equally drab Start Menu. What could be worse? The pinging noise of that notification tab on the bottom right of your screen is also telling you that an application you barely use is ready for an update.

Tips on Windows 10 privacy protection

Tips on Windows 10 privacy protection

Long gone are the days where private information (like vault combinations and the name of your high school crush) are kept confined within a padlocked journal. Speculation has been circulating that Windows 10 gathers more info than it should. Whether or not you think privacy lines have been breached, here are some tips to protect your privacy in a matter of clicks.

4 features of Win 8 that encourage BYOD

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has become a hot-button issue in the business world. Employees want to use their own devices, but IT departments and managers are worried about security of data and general systems. Companies have had mixed results with integration of BYOD, with many still looking for a better way to manage the strategy.

Microsoft Streamlines Windows 8

One of the most highly anticipated software launches of this year is Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 8. While the OS is still in the pre-release phase, Microsoft has released a Consumer Preview that gives users a glimpse into the features of the new OS. In mid April, Microsoft announced the different editions that will be available when it’s released.

What to Do When Windows 7 Isn’t Working

Many of us have had the pleasure of working with the Windows Operating System, more specifically, Windows 7. From time-to-time there is a problem and something stops working. When this does happen, our normal response is to hit CTRL-ALT-DELETE; restart the computer, losing what we were working on, and try to start from where we left off.