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LinkedIn – Why you can expect the professional network to be a regular feature in the Office Suite

Microsoft plan to integrate LinkedIn more tightly with Office, particularly into its Office apps. This includes popular programs such as Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. LinkedIn might not be [...]

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2020 – End of Life as we know it (for Windows 7)

2014 doesn’t seem that long ago but it was the year that Microsoft decided to end support for Windows XP after 12 years.  Now, merely 4 years later, Microsoft have announced that Windows 7 will [...]

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Why operating systems matter

The police were hard hit in the news last week with the revelation that over 20% of Manchester’s police force still use XP following a request via the Freedom of Information Act. But what is all [...]

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Is this the end of Microsoft Paint?

A staple of our childhood, basic but much-loved Microsoft Paint may have reached the end of its life. Microsoft recently announced that, alongside Outlook Express, Reader app and Reading list, [...]

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Microsoft release customer management tool to grow customer relationships using Outlook

Are you a small business that struggles to maintain great customer relationships? Sometimes you can be so involved in growing your business and reaching deadlines, that you forget to keep a good [...]

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What are Microsoft hiding up their sleeves?

Microsoft to hold massive hardware event in New York Earlier this month, Microsoft sent invites for its latest press conference that is to be held on the 2nd May 2017. Invitations to the event [...]

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Say ‘Hasta La Vista’ to Windows Vista

Microsoft to end support for Windows Vista 10 years since its initial release, Microsoft have announced they will stop updating Windows Vista on the 11th April 2017. This means that the operating [...]

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Windows 10 Anniversary update provides important changes to privacy settings

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update was released August 2016, providing new improvements and expanding on what Cortana can already do. Better security was an initial part of the update, including [...]

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Microsoft 2017 update to support virtual reality

Until recently, virtual reality had been something you might have seen in films or read about in sci-fi books. This is, however, not the case anymore. Since the release of Oculus Rift in 2015, [...]

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What exactly is Kaby Lake? And what does it mean for computers?

You only have to look back a couple of years to see how quickly technology has changed and impacted our lives vastly. This time 10 years ago, Twitter (or then Twittr) had only been around for a [...]

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