Monthly Archives: May 2017

Microsoft Stories: Best Brand Storytelling Site On The Web?

Author: Arik Hanson After just a quick peek at the Microsoft Stories site, you can’t help but be impressed. Clean. Easy to scan. Big, popping visuals. It’s a pretty slick site. What’s more, dig in a bit, and the content … Continue reading

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Microsoft Announces Story Remix, A Spiritual Successor to Movie Maker

The Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 is expected to arrive sometime in September. However, the entire planned redesign won’t launch with the Fall update, only major portions of it. The Groove Music app, which appeared in the Neon leak, … Continue reading

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Surface Pro (2017) vs. Surface Pro 4: Tech specs and key differences

Microsoft has unveiled a new Surface Pro. But how does the new tablet differ from the existing Surface Pro 4 tablet. Let’s first look at the tech specs: Processor Seventh-generation Intel Core m3, i5, i7 processors Display 12.3-inch 2736 x … Continue reading

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Google Chrome had major flaw on Wincdows

Google is addressing a problem that allows a crafty credential theft attack on Windows through Chrome’s default behavior. The problem affects the latest Chrome running on the latest version of Windows 10. Image: Microsoft Attackers can use Google’s Chrome browser … Continue reading

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5 ways to stop the next WannaCry hack – including 2 you’ll hate

“PC” stands for personal computer. And that idea of personalization has only expanded as the definition of computer has morphed to include the mobile devices that we carry with us, such as the phones that most people now consider an … Continue reading

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How to Restore Backed-Up Data After a Ransomware Attack

Friday’s massive ransomware attack, “WannaCry,” paralyzed computers in hospitals, universities, and companies worldwide in what is believed to be the biggest online extortion scheme in history. The ransomware has so far affected more than 350,000 computers.   Though WannaCry mostly hit … Continue reading

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How Apple Makes Microsoft’s Windows 10 Great Without Moving a Single Finger

One of the most surprising news that Microsoft unveiled at the Build developer conference last week was that Apple decided to bring iTunes to the Windows Store. Basically, a Store version of iTunes makes it possible for iPhone users to … Continue reading

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