Work from home is the norm these days. Companies and organizations around the world are switching to collaborative tools like Skype, Zoom, Google Meet, and WebEx to get things done and create digital meetings and conferences. While on a call, you might have faced audio from your side ruffling, or not working as expected. The issue is […]

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Update, iTunes is that one program that never seems to change with the times. It’s a bit sluggish, and often fails to work properly. The Microsoft Store version of iTunes did improve things a bit. Yet it’s mostly the same old iTunes served in a different wrapping. But regardless of iTunes and its various quirks, you […]

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Syn­chro­nize The benefits of your Windows computer clock transcend way beyond just telling the time. It needs to be accurate at all times else some apps and programs might not work properly. To ensure that your computer’s clock is always accurate, Windows has a dedicated ‘Time Service’ that syncs your PC’s time to Microsoft’s internet server. Although this […]

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Change BitLocker made a debut with the Windows Vista in 2007. It encrypts an entire drive and protects against system or firmware level unauthorized access/changes. Acting as a gatekeeper to access this encrypted drive is a password or PIN (in case of TMP chip), which can be anywhere from 8 to 256 characters long. In […]

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File App Computers are one of the best systems to view multimedia files. Are you unable to view photos of any format or other multimedia files using the Microsoft Photos app on your Windows computer? Does the app display a certain ‘File system error’ each time you try to use it? So we have figured out a few […]

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PDF Edi­tors A majority of office-going folks are looking for tips to be productive while working from home. While you can create a close to perfect office environment at home, you might not have access to some of the essential hardware such as a printer or scanner at home. And here is where software solutions […]

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Apps Many new apps claim to be aimed at helping combat the coronavirus. Some provide vital notifications and advice, but others are full of misinformation and scams. That’s why we recommend the following, trustworthy sources. Always investigate the authenticity and authority of any app or website that claims to provide COVID-19 information. Many of these […]

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Support for Windows 7 ended in January, which means Microsoft wants holdouts to upgrade to Windows 10 to keep devices running securely and smoothly. If you have an older PC or laptop still running Windows 7, you can purchase the Windows 10 Home operating system on Microsoft’s website for $139. But you don’t necessarily have to shell out the […]

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While Windows 10 has an appealing look and feel to some, many of us feel overwhelmed by the massive jump in style from Windows 7. If you’re struggling to feel comfortable with Windows 10, you’re certainly not alone. The good news is that Windows 10 is highly customizable, so you can engineer its design to […]

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Integration In recent years Microsoft has made a number of changes to its Office suite. From the discontinuation of clipart, introduction of new free PowerPoint templates via Office.com, a subscription-based Office 365 sales model to the AI powered Office applications and an overhaul of the Office 365 brand name to Microsoft 365. It seems that Microsoft is on a roll, […]

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