Monthly Archives: May 2016

Office Online extension for Edge brings Office to your address bar

A new extension for Microsoft Edge has shown up on the Windows Store, which essentially gives users quick access to the Office Online suite of applications found on Office.com or via the OneDrive website. The extension, first spotted by @h0x0d … Continue reading

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Hardware requirements have been slightly changed with Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Microsoft is expected to release the Windows 10 Anniversary Update later this summer PC, Xbox One and it’s mobile products. It appears that Microsoft has decided to change the requirements for the upcoming Anniversary update, listing more screen sizes for … Continue reading

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Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date, Price And Top 7 Features

Microsoft Surface Pro 5 Release Date, Price And Top 7 Features   Since the Kaby Lake processor is expected to get announced later this year, other rumors are suggesting that the Surface Pro 5 may continue to feature Intel Skylake … Continue reading

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Microsoft to Dramatically Simplify Updating Windows 7 and 8.1

In the latest sign that Microsoft actually does listen to its customers, if belatedly, the software giant revealed on Tuesday that it will dramatically simplify the process of updating its legacy Windows 7 and 8.1 operating systems. Best of all, … Continue reading

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Apple’s latest iOS update is killing iPad Pros

Apple has released iOS 9.3.2, and it appears to be a mixed-bag of an update. On one hand, it finally lets you use Low Power mode and Night Shift mode at the same time, so you can save both your … Continue reading

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Microsoft Changes Windows 10 ‘Free Upgrade’ Rules

am an experienced freelance technology journalist. I write for Wired, The Next Web, TrustedReviews and the BBC in addition to Forbes. I began in b2b print journalism covering tech companies at the height of the dot com boom and switched … Continue reading

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There’s a huge storage hog on the 16GB iPhone that Apple won’t let you delete

Photos, videos, apps, and even text messages. These are the usual suspects to blame when you get the “Storage Full” alert on your 16GB iPhone’s storage. It’s actually possible to manage all those suspects to avoid the dreaded alert, especially … Continue reading

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Apple acknowledges reports of personal music files being deleted, iTunes update coming next week to hopefully fix

Apple has officially acknowledged community reports of inadvertently deleted music, with users left with missing tracks in their libraries that may never be recovered, in a statement to iMore. The company says that it is pushing an iTunes update next … Continue reading

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Here’s what’s new in Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14342

Well, it’s a bit later than usual, but Microsoft accidentally on purpose released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 14342. Apparently a button was partially pressed that shouldn’t have been, and rather than try the impossible and pull the build back, … Continue reading

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7 things business users hate about iPad Pro

Google apps don’t work in iOS 9 Split View As of this writing, Google’s Docs, Sheets, and other productivity apps aren’t compatible with the iPad Pro’s Split View mode. That “may not sound like a huge problem,” according to EZPR’s … Continue reading

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