Monthly Archives: June 2018

Adobe Announces New All-In-One Video Editing App Called Project Rush

Adobe has announced a new video editing app called Project Rush, which will officially launch sometime later this year. Project Rush is intended for users who may be intimidated with Adobe Premiere and for online video creators who want to … Continue reading

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Mobile-Inspired On-Screen Keyboard Coming to Windows 10

The on-screen keyboard in the next major Windows 10 feature update will include SwiftKey predictive typing technology. SwiftKey, the popular predictive, AI-enabled keyboard for mobile devices, will be part of the next major Windows 10 update, which is expected to … Continue reading

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Why I’m Ditching My MacBook Pro for the MateBook X Pro

By Henry T. Casey | June 16, 2018 11:00 am Ever since 1998, when I won an iMac in a high school raffle, I’ve been firmly entrenched in Apple’s world, and I thought I was never going back. But even … Continue reading

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Windows security: Here’s why we don’t fix some bugs right away, Microsoft reveals

Microsoft explains how it decides whether a vulnerability will be patched swiftly or left for a version update. When it comes to malware, Windows 10 is twice as secure as Windows 7. Microsoft has published a new draft document clarifying … Continue reading

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Microsoft gives Office a refreshed look and feel

Microsoft today announced that it’s bringing a new user interface design to its Office apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. This new look will be in line with the Fluent Design System the company launched last year and will … Continue reading

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Google may be working on a way to run Windows 10 on a Pixelbook

Nathan Ingraham/Engadget Google’s Pixelbook is a high-end laptop that runs Chrome OS. If you’re looking to do more with the hardware, like run Windows apps, you may soon be in luck. According to a report at XDA Developers (and picked … Continue reading

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Microsoft walks away from Windows 7, Office 2013 support forums

Beginning in July, the company will stop participating in several Microsoft Community forums; business-oriented TechNet support discussion forums, however, will remain unchanged.   Microsoft has quietly told customers that it will stop participating in the online support forums devoted to … Continue reading

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6th Year In A Row for Top Award

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Microsoft is trying to become the ‘Netflix of Gaming,’ putting it on the path to $1 trillion

Jacob Sonenshine Business Insider Wall Street is throwing around guesstimates of when Microsoft will become a $1 trillion company, but there’s one catalyst many aren’t considering that could help catapult the tech behemoth to that level: Microsoft’s promising gaming business. … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Get Excited About the Future of PCs. (Yes, PCs)

Writer Brian Barrett Wired Personal computers have not elicited many thrills of late. They’ve gotten cheaper, sure, and a little faster. But despite some wild promises the gap between the actual and the possible has remained expansive. This week, it … Continue reading

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