1. How to Live Stream Content From Microsoft PowerPoint.


    A short tutorial showing you how to stream your Microsoft PowerPoint projects to other users. A fantastic new feature of Powerpoint that makes sharing content easier than ever before. 

  2. How to Change the Font Microsoft Edge Chromium Uses.


    A short tutorial showing you how to quickly and easily change the default font that Microsoft Edge Chromium uses. If you don’t like the font Edge is using currently, this is the best way to get your own choice of font for Edge. 

  3. How to Get YouTube to Load Faster on Microsoft Edge. (Speed Up YouTube)


    A short tutorial showing you how to get around the cunning Google feature that slows down YouTube loading times on Microsoft Edge. A sneaky aspect of YouTube’s latest material design that has increased all YouTube video load times on all competitive browsers, Edge, Firefox, Safari etc.

  4. How to Enable Dark Mode on Microsoft Outlook. (Web Version)


    A short tutorial showing you how to enable Microsoft Outlook’s new dark mode feature recently added to the web version. A great way to reduce eye strain when reading long emails and email attachments.

  5. How to Customize Microsoft Launcher on Android Devices. (Increase Android to Windows Compatibility)


    If you had a Windows phone and grudgingly migrated to Android when support ended, this guide will show you how to download and use Microsoft’s recently released Android Launcher. Microsoft’s ambitious new adventure into the phone market. Even if weren’t a fan of Windows phone the new Microsoft launcher is definitely worth trying.  

  6. How to Change or Move Microsoft OneDrive Folder Locations on Windows 10.


    By default, the Microsoft OneDrive folder is located within your user profile, on the same drive that your Windows operating system is installed. For most people this isn’t going to be an issue, however, if you are using a smaller sized SSD for your main OS drive, you may want to move your OneDrive folder to another location.

  7. Steve Ballmer to leave Microsoft


    The CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, informed that he will retire in the following 12 months. Ballmer "inherited" the company from Bill Gates in 2000. What does he say about his decision, and what does it precisely mean for the future of Microsoft?

  8. Microsoft: Low price for Windows 8 upgrade only until January 31


    There are only 10 days left before Microsoft rises its prices on Windows 8 Pro. The company from Redmond has just announced that after January 31, the bargain will come to an end

  9. Internet Explorer 10 For Windows 7 Shipping Soon


    So far available only for Windows 8 machines, Internet Explorer 10 is about to be released in a version compatible with Windows 7 computers.

  10. Microsoft Security Essentials Fails AV-Test's Certification For The Second Time


    Once regarded as one of the best virus protection solutions, Microsoft's program didn't pass AV-Test for the second time.

  11. Windows Live Messenger to be switched off in March


    It is not a complete surprise for Microsoft users that their Windows Live Messenger accounts are to be switched to Skype. However, until today it was not known when exactly would Messenger be turned off. It has been announced that it is happening on the 15 of March.

  12. Flipping pixels on their own


    With 20 years' worth experience in Microsoft's Rare studio, the team of five workers has finally decided to set up their own business.

  13. Latest Xbox World issue reveals next Xbox details


    The final Xbox World magazine will be coming in December, but before that happens the publisher has used their penultimate issue to spill a bunch of details on the next Xbox, codenamed "Durango". According to an eight-page feature article, the next ...

  14. Twitter app and more confirmed for Windows 8


    Lots of People have been asking, "Is Twitter making an app made especially for Windows 8?" The answer is, "Yes", but it may be a while before we get it. Twitter's Mobile account confirmed today that it will indeed be making an app for Microsoft's ...

  15. Microsoft: Four million Windows 8 upgrades so far


    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has confirmed here at the BUILD 2012 developer keynote that since Friday, the official launch of Windows 8, the company has already sold four million Windows 8 software upgrades. That's certainly not a bad start for ...

  16. Microsoft Announces New Windows Phone 8 Features


    Today, Microsoft has finally made official more features of the new Windows Phone 8 operating system, the one that powers the new Nokia Lumia 822 smartphone that was made official today for Verizon. The platform was announced for the first time ...

  17. Today Is THE Day: Windows 8 to Go Live at 11:15 AM EDT


    Finally, the day we’ve all been waiting for has come. The new Windows 8 operating system will go live at 11:15 AM EDT in New York, as part of a press conference that’ll also witness the debut of the new Surface tablet. Of course, ...

  18. Skype for Windows 8 Officially Unveiled


    Microsoft has just presented a brand new version of Skype designed to run on Windows 8 and take advantage of the new features available in this operating system. The download links aren’t yet released, as the company will make the app ...

  19. IE10 for Windows 7 download page already live ahead of launch


    Earlier this month, Microsoft announced it would release the first version of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 users sometime in November. This "Release Preview" of the latest browser from Microsoft will be made available after the launch of ...

  20. Bing adds Full Screen feature to homepage


    A few of our keen readers have noticed a slight change Microsoft has made to the Bing homepage. Among the set of image control buttons to the bottom right of the homepage a new button has appeared that enables a "Full Screen" mode, which hides the ...

  21. Unofficial Windows 8 app count now at 2,371


    As we get closer to the official launch of Windows 8 on October 26th, the number of apps listed as being available from the Windows Store continues to grow. Over a week ago, one unofficial source said the number of Windows 8 apps in the store ...

  22. Windows 8 Store – 2,000 Apps and Counting


    It’s no secret that Microsoft has high expectations from the new Windows Store, so the fast growth of the Windows 8 service surely pleases the Redmondians. The Windows Store recently passed the 2,000 apps milestone, despite the fact that ...

  23. HTC Makes Windows Phone 8X Official


    Today, Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation made official its first smartphones running under Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system. The company has announced a new flagship handset, the Windows Phone 8X by HTC, with a ...

  24. Office for Mac 2011 finally gets Retina display support


    In late July, Apple launched the Mountain Lion update for Mac OS X. At the time, Microsoft's official Office 2011 for Mac blog claimed that Mac version of its productivity software suit was "Mountain Lion ready". However, a number of people who use ...

  25. Bill Gates still has a lot of money, keeps #1 rank in the US


    He may not work full time for Microsoft anymore, but its co-founder and Chairman Bill Gates is still safely on top of the richest people in the US. That's according to the annual list of the 400 richest people in the United States from Forbes ...

  26. Windows 7 Becomes the Most Popular Operating System in the World


    Windows 7 officially became the most popular operating system in the world, according to figures revealed by Net Applications and concerning the August 2012 operating system market share. Windows XP has been around for some time now and it ...

  27. Windows 8 update brings back browser ballot screen


    After a couple of complaints in the European Union, way back in February 2010, it was decided that Microsoft must display a browser ballot screen to those living in Europe so that they can choose which browser they would like to use to try and stop ...

  28. Nokia Lumia 920 Now Official with Windows Phone 8


    Today, Nokia has made official its first Windows Phone 8 handset, the Nokia Lumia 920, said to be the most advanced smartphone in the world. “This is Lumia, and is time to switch,” Nokia’s Jo Harlow said on the stage at the ...

  29. Next-Generation Consoles from Sony and Microsoft Delayed to 2014


    After Sony and Microsoft failed to announce their plans for new consoles during either of the big gaming conventions of 2012, one industry analyst believes that the two companies are not yet ready and that launches will only take place during ...

  30. Samsung ATIV S Windows Phone heading to Phones 4u


    Samsung's recently announced ATIV S Windows Phone 8 device is 'coming soon' to the UK phone retailer Phones 4U. On the Coming Soon page of their website it states that the ATIV S, as well as the Samsung Galaxy Note II and HTC Desire X are coming ...