The newest update of Windows command-line tools was recently unveiled in Windows Terminal version 1.3. This update came with multiple new features as well as some experimental tools to keep fans of the application interested. Keep reading to find out more details about this release.
Everyone has been there before. You accidentally delete a file or folder without a clue of how to, or even if you can, get it back. Well, rest easy, because we’re here to tell you that file recovery is entirely possible. So, if you’re wondering how to recover files in Windows 10, check out some…
Although some workplaces are heading back to the office, there are still many people working remotely for the time being. And when you’re working from home, the strength of your Wi-Fi is paramount. After all, you need to stay connected when you’re on the clock! So, if you’re looking for information about how to strengthen…
Most laptops have relatively long battery life at first. However, after a few years of usage, the battery typically begins to die more quickly. In this blog, we’ll detail a few simple ways to help extend laptop battery life.
Windows 10 has been around for quite some time, but due to the popularity of Windows 7, many people are only just adopting Microsoft’s latest operating system now. If you’re one of these new users, this list of Windows 10 tips will come in handy.
Just like Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008, the Microsoft Exchange 2010 end of life date has been set at January 14, 2020. Here’s what you need to know about this date and what you can do to prepare for it.
The Microsoft Outlook calendar can be one of your best friends when it comes to keeping track of important meetings, events and deadlines. These tips will help you navigate and organize your calendar with ease.
We’ve all been there before. Sending an email before you finished writing it is embarrassing at best, and downright catastrophic at worst. Fortunately, you can unsend an email in both Outlook and Gmail relatively easily.
A laptop not turning on is a nightmare for most people. The loss of important files, inability to do your work and the necessity of dropping money on a brand new one aren’t fun. Make sure you take these simple steps to troubleshoot your laptop before you consider it truly broken.
There has been a cost to the increased affordability and power of laptops: excess heat. As that heat builds up, it can eventually cause permanent damage. Use these tips to cool an overheating laptop and prevent damage.