What’s the Difference Between Microsoft Office for Windows and macOS?

The Windows version of Microsoft Office has always been the gold standard for office suites, as far as features are concerned. Office exists on other platforms too, like the Mac—but those versions are missing some products and features.Microsoft recently announced a big update to Office 2016 for Mac. Check out that link for a detailed list of updates, but the big stuff includes bringing some long overdue features to the macOS version, like collaborative real-time editing, automatic saving of documents

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Wake-On-LAN on Windows: The Best Feature You’re Not Using

Wake-on-LAN (WoL) is an underappreciated and underused part of the Windows 10 operating system. If you’re like many casual Windows users, the phrase “Wake-on-LAN” is probably already sending you to sleep. After all, LAN connections Networking 101: Ethernet, LANs, and How They Work Networking 101: Ethernet, LANs, and How They Work Even for modern users, the language surrounding home networking can be a little confusing. What’s a LAN? Why do I need an Ethernet cable? Isn’t it all the same?

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How to Take Region Screenshots in Windows 10

Whether it’s to share on social media, with IT for troubleshooting, or for yourself to save an image for posterity, taking screenshots should be a vital part of your everyday Windows workflow. Yet while there are plenty of ways to take screenshots, if you’re looking for a fast and simple way to clip only a specific section of your screen, use this little-known Windows keyboard shortcut.While the Windows Snipping Tool makes quick work of screenshots, there’s an even faster way to take

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How to Back Up Messages From Windows 10’s Mail App

These days, it’s rare to see Microsoft’s Outlook email client on anything except a dedicated office machine. Who needs an expensive application when web email is all the rage? But if you’d still prefer to have a local program managing your mail, Microsoft includes a free one with every copy of Windows 10. It’s called…Mail.Like a lot of Microsoft’s built-in applications, Mail is pretty basic, and there’s no way to back up your email files and settings within the app

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Windows 10 will overtake Windows 7 before 2017 is out

According to numbers from one analyst firm, Windows 10 is set to overtake Windows 7 before the end of the year, in terms of the amount of PCs these operating systems are installed on across the world.The latest figures from Statcounter (based on its own website analytics) show that, as of September 2017, Windows 10 is installed on 39.3% of desktop Windows PCs, and Windows 7 is now only just ahead at 43.99%.Compared to the previous month, Windows 10 gained

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How to Log In to a Windows Desktop Without a Keyboard

How to Log In to a Windows Desktop Without a Keyboard Have you ever had your keyboard break down on you, or your computer simply refuses to accept its input? It’s especially frustrating if this happens while the computer is off, since you can’t input your password to get access to Windows. Thankfully, Microsoft has included a way to access your data (and hopefully fix your problem) using only a mouse or a touch screen. Turn on your computer normally.

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Why Does Windows Automatically Save the Registry?

You’ve probably heard of the “Registry” a lot, particularly when it comes to tweaking Windows features 5 Windows 10 Registry Tweaks to Improve & Unlock Features 5 Windows 10 Registry Tweaks to Improve & Unlock Features The registry editor is the only way to enable some of Windows 10’s hidden features. Here we’ll show you easy tweaks like enabling the dark theme or hiding folders. Read More and troubleshooting system issues How to Fix Windows Registry Errors & When Not

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How to Make Windows 10’s Taskbar Clock Display Seconds

Windows 10’s taskbar clock can display the precise time down to the second. This feature requires a registry hack to enable, and only works on Windows 10. Windows 7 users will instead need a third-party utility like T-Clock Redux to do this instead.Early beta versions of the taskbar clock did show seconds. However, this caused performance problems in the 90’s, and the feature was removed before the release of Windows 95.Here’s our standard warning: The Registry Editor is a powerful tool and

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