Search: learned

More Results

Sort by: Relevance | Date
  • Check Windows Store apps for Windows 8 compatibility

    How should I deal with app incompatibility with Windows 8?

    Windows Store apps are created for the Windows 8 operating system and go through a rigorous testing and certification process before being accepted into the store. Desktop...

  • Windows 9 features may address unified apps and the cloud

    As I've already noted, rumors abound regarding Windows 9 development at Microsoft. There are Windows 9 features...

  • How to allow multiple users to share an Excel workbook

    How can I set up public folders so that more than one person can save changes to an Excel spreadsheet at a time?

    Although it's possible to share an Excel workbook with multiple users and allow them to work on the file...

  • Surveying options after the Windows XP end of support

    With Microsoft finally taking Windows XP off of life support, some IT shops are left holding the cord. What happens next?

    Here is a guide to the end of Windows XP support. Learn why Microsoft dropped the operating system after all this...

  • How Windows RT apps differ from those for Windows 8

    Can non-Metro apps be built with Windows RT, or must they still be based on Win32?

    Windows RT is designed to run on lightweight tablet PCs and similar mobile devices with...

  • Education IT shares lessons learned from Windows 8 tablet deployments

    When it comes to deploying Windows 8 tablets in a secure way, enterprise administrators can learn a few things from IT pros in the education industry.

    Many school IT decision makers have already deployed...

  • Office 365 users get 1TB storage boost

    IT pros concerned about paying for more OneDrive cloud storage will appreciate Microsoft's storage increase for Office 365 subscribers.

    The aggressive jump in storage follows the same increase to 1TB per user that Microsoft...

  • Finding and fixing Office 2013 installation problems

    The move to Microsoft Office 2013 is often smooth and uneventful, allowing computer users to take advantage of the many advanced features and design improvements that the Office suite provides. But successful software installations are never...

  • Windows 8.1 boot to desktop and other timesavers

    Windows 8.1 provides all kinds of customizable settings, letting an administrator or user fine-tune the operating system for a high level of productivity. Let's look at some settings such as Windows 8.1 boot to desktop that can save users...

  • Learn how to install Office 2013 with Group Policies or SCCM

    Microsoft Office 2013 has been out for close to a year now, and your organization may be considering deploying the software suite. However, the traditional wisdom doesn't apply to Office 2013 deployment on a network. Here's a look at why you may...

Search Again: