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Windows 10: 7 Killer tricks to speed up your workflow

by | Wednesday, October 14, 2015 | 0 comment(s)
Windows 10: 7 Killer tricks to speed up your workflow

Whether you are an Insider up to date on the latest Preview Builds, such as 10565 which was released on Monday, or a regular user looking to get the most out of your Windows 10 experience, chances are, some of the tips we’ll talk about today may not sound familiar, and a few of them will most likely change the way you work in Windows 10, allowing you to speed up most redundant tasks.

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OS X El Capitan finally puts an end to an old myth

by | Saturday, October 3, 2015 | 0 comment(s)
OS X El Capitan finally puts an end to an old myth

One of the greatest things about OS X El Capitan, is that it runs on Macs that go as way back as 2007, which is great news for... anyone who owns an Apple Mac. With this latest release of OS X, Mac users will benefit from many performance and productivity improvements. Along with all the improvements brought by El Capitan, an old, nearly useless option has been finally put to rest: repairing file permissions.

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OS X El Capitan Is coming, here is what to expect.

by | Tuesday, September 29, 2015 | 0 comment(s)
OS X El Capitan Is coming, here is what to expect.

El Capitan is a considerable improvement over Yosemite. Some have described El Capitan as being to Yosemite, as the iPhone 6S is to the iPhone 6, which makes sense, as El Capitan’s instantly visible improvements entail a more intuitive and clean user experience than its predecessor, like an improved Mission Control, Spotlight search, and Safari.

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NeoKylin OS is China's own Windows XP

by | Monday, September 28, 2015 | 0 comment(s)
NeoKylin OS is China's own Windows XP

Introducing: NeoKylin OS, a Linux-based operating system that looks and feel like Windows XP, in nearly every aspect. Even further, the Chinese government has gone through lengths to replicate, or mimic, bits and pieces of Microsoft Office, to provide government employees a set of built-in productivity tools.

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