A detailed presentation of the File Explorer feature in Windows 8 and all it has to offer.
The folks from Kasperky and 7 Tutorials have organized a giveaway to celebrate the redesign of 7 Tutorials. If you want a chance to win one of the five licenses available, check out this post:
This little tool allows you to make beautiful Gantt charts, timelines, and project schedules inside Microsoft PowerPoint. If you want, try it out here:
Calendar Updates is a site we’ve used for many years to download whole sports schedules and individual events. Downloads are in .ics format and work seamlessly in all versions of Outlook. Most events are free to download, most schedules are not, but for a few dollars you can’t beat the convenience and the site’s support is first rate.
Are you looking for a complete guide to the Windows Store in Windows 8? Then read this tutorial:
Windows 8 has finally launched and is now available in retail channels for purchase. If you want to learn more about it before buying, don’t hesitate to register for this free webcast on October 31st.
Website tracker downrightnow lets you know if your favorite website is experiencing downtime or maybe, possibly, it’s just you. While not one of a kind in providing this sort of service, this is the site we turn to if we ever question why we can’t read our Gmail or tweets.
Paul Thurrott published a good overview of the productivity apps included in Windows 8.
AVG launched their 2013 version of Internet Security and it features a new interface and support for Windows 8. But what about the quality of their products, do they provide a good experience and good protection? Learn more from this review: