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Windows 10 build 10240, What’s new in it?

Earlier today, Microsoft pushed out the latest build of Windows 10 to Microsoft Windows Insiders, windows 10 build 10240. With the Windows 10 general release being right around the corner, this build is mostly a bug smashing update, just like the last few releases, but in this version, Edge has gotten a few enhancements as well. … Continue reading Windows 10 build 10240, What’s new in it?

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Office 2013: Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Word

The Microsoft Office word program is the most popular and largest used text document creator and editor in the whole world. You can say that every windows computer out there has some version of Microsoft word installed in it. When I am writing this article the most recent and updated version of  the Microsoft Office suite … Continue reading Office 2013: Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Word

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Microsoft security essentials

Windows Defender is built into the new Windows and helps guard your PC against viruses and other malware. For a PC running an older version of Windows, you can download Microsoft Security Essentials. Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) represents Microsoft’s free anti-malware solution for computers running Windows 7 or Vista. It’s considered by most third-party developers and testers … Continue reading Microsoft security essentials

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Update windows 7 to 8.1 using windows upgrade assistant

Windows 8.1 brings you the Windows Store, Start screen, and Microsoft account, but also enhancements in personalization, search, Store apps, and cloud connectivity—and the security and reliability features you expect from Windows. If you are using backdated operating system like windows 7 then you seriously need to rethink about updating your operating system to windows … Continue reading Update windows 7 to 8.1 using windows upgrade assistant

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You can upgrade to Windows 10 from pirated older versions for free, but Microsoft won’t support your system

Microsoft made waves over the past few days when it said that it will offer free upgrades to Windows 10 from older versions, included pirated copies. However, there’s no such thing as free Windows: the company says it will not support non-genuine systems after they’re updated to Windows 10. A Microsoft spokesperson told Ars Technica, … Continue reading You can upgrade to Windows 10 from pirated older versions for free, but Microsoft won’t support your system