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Every Game Microsoft Ever Included in Windows, Ranked

Over the past 36 years, Microsoft has included over a dozen different games with its Windows releases (depending on how you count.) We took a look through history and ranked them, worst-to-best. Which game would you rank as number one? … Continue reading

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4 Ways You’re Damaging Your Laptop Battery

Are you taking proper care of the battery in your laptop? While chips are getting more efficient and battery life is increasing, avoiding a few mistakes can help extend your laptop battery health in the long term. Charging It Constantly … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer gravestone goes viral in South Korea

SEOUL, June 17 (Reuters) – For Jung Ki-young, a South Korean software engineer, Microsoft Corp’s (MSFT.O) decision to retire its Internet Explorer web browser marked the end of a quarter-century love-hate relationship with the technology. To commemorate its demise, he … Continue reading

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Why Unlimited Mobile Data Isn’t Actually Unlimited

“Unlimited” is a big word in the mobile world. Everyone wants a data plan with no limitations. That’s why carriers love to use the word, but “Unlimited” rarely means truly unlimited. There are a few reasons for that. There was a … Continue reading

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What Is An Ethernet Cable?

If you’ve ever shopped for home networking, there is an excellent chance you have heard about Ethernet cables. But what are they for, why would you want to use them, and how do they differ? A Reliable Network Connection An … Continue reading

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What Happens If I Don’t Upgrade To Windows 11?

With Windows 11 here and Windows 10 support ending in 2025, you might be wondering what will happen to your PC if you don’t upgrade. We explore the possibilities. Do I Have to Upgrade to Windows 11? Even though Windows … Continue reading

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Stop Shutting Down Your Windows PC

If you’re in the habit of completely shutting down your Windows PC on a regular basis, you might be inconveniencing yourself unnecessarily. Windows 10 and Windows 11 include more effective methods of saving power—and they also save you time. Here’s … Continue reading

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On This Day In History, 2001 Windows XP

On This Day in History. October 25th, 2001: Windows XP, one of the most popular and widely used versions ofthe Microsoft Windows operating system, was released for retail sale.<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_XP&gt;

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How to Add “Move to” or “Copy to” to Windows 10’s Context Menu

via How to Add “Move to” or “Copy to” to Windows 10’s Context Menu

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Windows 10 high data usage?

Having updated my computer from Windows 8.1, to Windows 10, I noticed that my data usage went up, considerably. Upon researching online, I found an answer, on a Microsoft Community board. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-files/high-data-usage-with-windows-10/68b4863d-aa3c-4b2c-ad3a-2c2d5bf6e881?page=2&auth=1 The gist of the answer, I found, concerns … Continue reading

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