Posts Tagged ‘microsoft’

Cool Android Apps by Microsoft

Android apps by Microsoft

Yes, you read it right. Microsoft has some good Android apps up its sleeve that are worth giving a shot.

7 Must Try Android Apps by Microsoft for Every Type of User

Using Microsoft Remote Desktop on Other Platforms

How to Set Up and Use Microsoft Remote Desktop on Mac, iOS, and Android

Learn how to use Microsoft’s remote desktop feature from other platforms.

How to Set Up and Use Microsoft Remote Desktop on Mac, iOS, and Android

Are you looking for a good Windows 8.1 book?

Windows 8.1 Step by Step

If you plan to use Windows 8.1 any time soon or you want to buy a PC or device with Windows 8.1, you should consider buying a good book for Windows 8.1. Our friends from 7 Tutorials recently launched their Windows 8.1 Step by Step book, with Microsoft Press. More details about what’s inside the book, how much it costs and where to get it, can be found in this blog post:

Windows 8.1 Step by Step

Per Microsoft, Security Essentials Only Provides Baseline Support


In a startling new report, Microsoft suggests that it’s flagship, standalone malware application should be used in conjunction with a 3rd party anti-virus solution.

Neowin via PCPro

Microsoft’s Newly Designed Malware Protection Site



One-stop shopping for all your protection needs. Please always practice safe computing.

Malware Protection Center

Microsoft preaches Evolutionism (of an IT Professional)


via Neowin

Why did a CIO Ditch his iPad for a Surface Pro ?


The personal experience of a CIO with a Surface Pro after many years of iPad use.

CIO Road Test: Microsoft Surface Pro Beats Apple iPad


Debate – Microsoft’s Windows 8 Approach: Bold, Arrogant, or Both?


A very interesting debate, started by ZDNet columnist Ed Bott, with valid arguments for both sides of the coin.

Microsoft’s Windows 8 approach: Bold, arrogant, or both?


How Microsoft’s Applied Sciences Group Develops New Hardware


A fun discussion with Stevie Bathiche, Distinguished Scientist of Windows Hardware at Microsoft.

From Surface Keyboards To Teddy Bear Robots, Microsoft’s Mad Scientist Develops The Art Of Innovation



Is Microsoft really becoming irrelevant?


Gartner says “Yes!” but Ed Bott looks at their numbers, does a different math and says “No!”. A fun read if you ask me:

Microsoft, Google, and Apple: Which one faces doom in 2017?


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