Archive for November 2015

With Windows 10, there have been several improvements over the previous versions like Windows 7 and 8, when it comes to aesthetics, features, and functionality. Also, Windows 10 is free for all genuine Windows 7 and 8 users until July 29th, 2016. And because of that, now may be a good time to consider upgrading…

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Since it was rolled out last month, Apple’s iPhone 6S and 6S Plus have been selling like pancakes, thanks in part to a number of features including 3D Touch. This feature allows users to access Quick Actions from the home screen and Peek and Pop from within a variety of stock and third-party apps. If…

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Clearly with the newest 10.9 El Capitan, Apple has finally decided to add true modern multitasking capabilities to the OS X experience. This is because El Capitan includes a new feature called “Split View,” that allows you to fill the screen with two apps side by side as long as each is designed to support…

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Countless small businesses do not possess the resources or capability to track the latest computer news, security threats, or even common break/fix tips. As a small business owner, you know that small things can accumulate quickly. Emails go unanswered longer than you’d like, and administrative tasks take longer to be accomplished that it was expected…

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With the iPhone 6S offering a bigger display and more features, users will surely be surprised on how much this phone can do. Apple delivers a lot of new iOS 9 features that will surely change the way you can use your iPhone 6S. So if you don’t want to spend the day reading the…

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