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  • How to restore PC connectivity to enterprise networks

    A Windows device is losing its connection to the enterprise network. Here are some likely suspects for PC connectivity problems.

  • When to buy a 2-in-1 laptop vs. a PC

    New 2-in-1 laptops recently unveiled by Dell, Microsoft, Asus and others have piqued IT pros' interest, but whether they deploy these hybrid tablet/PCs or stick with traditional computers comes down to the end user.

    There's no denying the...

  • Windows 8 laptop reviews for business PC buyers

    These in-depth Windows 8 laptop reviews examine features, performance and price to inform the purchasing decisions of business PC buyers.

  • Windows XP death expected to resuscitate the PC industry

    The Windows XP end of life could revive the breathless PC industry as enterprise IT shops buy new systems to upgrade to Windows 7 or Windows 8.

  • 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...

  • New Microsoft Office 2013 features you need to know about

    Although some people may consider Office 2013 to be a relatively minor release, the 2013 version is jam-packed with new features. Here are some of the most significant new Microsoft Office 2013 features that both end users and IT administrators...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Save WIM file space with WIMBoot in Windows 8.1 update

    WIMBoot is a new feature, currently available only on the desktop side of Windows 8.1 Update1, that lets computers boot directly off a Windows image file, or WIM file.

    Why would you want...

  • Low-cost virtual desktop tech eases Windows XP upgrade

    School districts with little budget to upgrade PCs to Windows 7 or 8.1 must explore alternatives, and for one school district, desktop virtualization has passed with flying colors.

    Pana Community School District 8 in Pana, Illinois, is...

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