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  1. [SOLVED] How Microsoft account works?

    Windows 10 Support
    I have read Microsoft's own "what it is" but it seemed so vague and I'm really confused about what it is! Is it exactly like Google account? (i.e. Google account is needed to activate Android and use Playstore and any app free or paid is restored back in a new device from the account). In that...
  2. Ready your Computers! Beta Software is coming!

    Mac Support
    Recently, I announced that Paragon-Software would be releasing a free preview edition of their newest hard drive software, HDM 15. Following this recent announcement, the software based company is at it again with a new beta testing program to try and report feedback on their new and upcoming...
  3. How to get two in-boxes to work separately in Outlook 2007

    Microsoft Office support
    What Outlook 2007 does with your E-mails: It turns out that Outlook 2007 and earlier versions of Outlook (2003, 2000, etc.) take all E-mail from multiple E-mail accounts and dump them into your default Mail account's inbox! That's just dandy for individuals, but not for businesses or businesses...
  4. Is Your PC Running Slow...?

    Computer Security News
    Version control – v2.0 – dated November 2010 Version control - v2.1 - dated April 2012 - updated SysInternals link Version control – v2.2 – dated March 2014 - general updates, links and additions for Windows 8 Introduction This article is intended to provide you with some hints and tips when...
  5. How to Perform a Remote Wipe on a Mobile Phone from Exchange Server 2010

    Smart Devices | General Topics
    There’s a neat tool in Exchange Server 2010 that you may utilize in case a company smart phone (e.g. Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, etc..) has been misplaced, lost or stolen, to protect all the sensitive data stored on that phone. You may perform a remote wipe of the data on the mobile phone...
  6. Microsoft holds strong and Rejects 37K Government Requests

    Microsoft Office support
    Microsoft has announced that just over 37,000 total requests, from five major countries, have been sent to them regarding collecting user data about their customers. The governments that are requesting this type of data, not only from Microsoft, but other companies as well, are The United...
  7. Windows is 27 years old!

    Windows XP Support
    On the 20th of November, the Windows operating system officially turned 27, following the 1985 release of Windows 1.0. Since its first induction onto commercial computers Windows has evolved from a standard GUI system to a full-fledged, user-friendly graphical interface with support for almost...
  8. Windows 8: Why can’t I play DVDs?

    Windows XP Support
    If you’ve looked at Windows 8 at all, you may have noticed that the standard version comes with a limited Windows Media Player that can’t handle DVDs. Is this the end of the DVD? Not quite. The lack of DVD support in Windows 8 might be a step closer to the death of the DVD, but your film...
  9. Get ready for Internet Explorer 10

    Windows XP Support
    18 months ago Microsoft released the 9th version of their web browser, Internet Explorer 9. IE9, for short, came with all new bells and whistles for the Internet as HTML 5 and CSS3. Microsoft may have been behind on adding HTML5 and CSS3 to IE9 but in this upcoming month Microsoft just announced...
  10. Windows 8 open to public

    Windows XP Support
    After huge hyping, testing, complaining, cheering on, loving, hating, and various other emotions and events happening around the new and completely different Windows 8, it has finally reached its retail release date. Whether it will get enough users to consider changing to it remains to be seen...
  11. Windows RT, aka Windows on ARM

    Windows XP Support
    Microsoft is starting to seem like it might be slowly edging to an unwanted platform with RT. For those wondering, Windows RT (formerly known as Windows on ARM) will be a version of the Windows 8 operating system for ARM devices such as tablets. The RT acronym does not officially stand for...
  12. Microsoft Fights the Nitol Botnet

    Computer Security News
    Malware is rising to the next level it seems, with malware allegedly coming in on Windows computers preinstalled. Microsoft received permission of the court a few days ago to pursue a botnet that stems from illegal copies of Windows that contain the malware automatically that was installed on...
  13. Microsoft’s Revamp

    Windows XP Support
    With Windows 8 upcoming Microsoft has decided to change up their logo. For years Microsoft’s logo has always consisted of the well known thick letters with italicized font. The new logo, however, features the classic red, green, blue and orange logo that may seem familiar to Windows users...
  14. From '85 to Windows 8

    Windows XP Support
    Microsoft has finally announced the release date for the newest iteration of their popular operating system. Windows 8 will be available from 26 October, as confirmed by unit leader Steven Sinofsky at a recent sales meeting according to a MS communications manager. The operating system has...
  15. Microsoft faces EU Anti-trust laws again

    Windows XP Support
    For years now Microsoft has been dancing lightly around the European Union and its anti-trust regulations, and recently the two entities have been banging heads again. The EU has started an investigation into allegations that Microsoft does not offer the 'browser choice screen' popup that MS...
  16. Microsoft Confirm Windows 8 Release Date

    Windows XP Support
    Microsoft have revealed that Windows 8 will be released on the 26th of October. The declaration was made at the firm's annual sales meeting and was  published on its blog  shortly after. The firm has described the update as the most important redesign of its interface in more than a decade...
  17. Which device is Windows 8 really for?

    Windows XP Support
    When buying a new PC or a tablet there is one major thing to take into consideration; the operation system (OS). It’s what makes the device act and feel like it should. Your PC or tablet may have outstanding features but what will allow you to run them or use them is the OS. Think of the...
  18. Office goes Online

    Windows XP Support
    Microsoft is on a roll the past two months with yet another announcement on their resume, this one being their newest iteration of Office. Revealed at a press conference yesterday (Monday), the new Office will be cloud storage friendly, and will in fact be available online as well. New features...
  19. How to Disable Automatic Restart After an Update in Windows

    Windows XP Support
    One of the really annoying things about automatic updates in Windows is having your computer automatically restart when it has finished. I know that updates are very important, but being able to disable the auto restart is for me one of the first things I do. However, it is important to...
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