Like everyone else living here, I have felt the dearth of solid broadband Internet over many years. Dropped calls. Buffering video. 404 website errors, looooong web page load times, poor Zoom calls with frozen video and stuttering audio... we've all experienced these things.
Windows 11 will be officially released on Tuesday, October 5th. So why would you care? Well, it’s not only a lot more beautiful than Windows 10, but it’s also a faster, more stable and more elegant operating system.
Now that Zoom, Skype and other services have taken over our daily lives as we know it – many are wondering how to look as good on the internet as you do in person. That means figuring out how to flatter your face on everyone's laptop screens
Sat Nam! With our reduced opportunities to connect with each other physically in the age of COVID-19, it's easier than ever to feel isolated. Making connections with each other now is more important than ever.
Gadgets can pile up over the years -- new ones come out, old ones break. You probably have a drawer full of old batteries and cables, and some old phones, laptops and desktops lying around, which may only be growing larger if you've replaced any of your electronics over the holidays.
Cutting, copying, and pasting seems like such a simple process, having been a core feature of Windows and Windows applications for years. But there are some tricks, techniques, and tools you can use to ease and enhance the process.