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Windows 10 is the New Windows 7

Slated for release this summer, Microsoft’s latest operating system is packed with new features but also heralds a much-anticipated return to certain ... read more >

How More Devices Can Mean Fewer Distractions

How many screens are on your desk? You probably have a desktop or laptop computer, possibly with a second monitor, a smartphone, and maybe even a tablet. ... read more >

The End is Near for Windows XP

It’s no secret that Windows XP is rapidly approaching the end of its supported life. The drop-dead date is April 8, 2014. How many of your organization’s ... read more >

What It Means To Be Supported

If it’s not broken, why fix it? Software users often ask this very question when confronted with the possibility of outliving the supported lifetime ... read more >

How to reset the used cell range in MS Excel

Have you ever been frustrated when Excel acts as if the active area of your spreadsheet is significantly larger than the set of rows and columns where ... read more >

What Happened to my Widgets?

Since the original deployment of Windows Vista, PC users have been able to embed small applications on their desktops to get a quick, continually updated ... read more >