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Many users are opting for multiple screens to increase productivity. Here are some best practices for using external monitors with your Mac.
If you don't like the font type and size for Outlook's interface components, you might be able to change them. Susan Harkins explains how.
Snap, a windows management technique, has some cool new features in Windows 10. Greg Shultz takes a closer look.
Microsoft brought back most of the legacy Start Menu functionality, and now you can pick and choose the elements that work best for you.
If you've made changes to the Start Screen, you can return it to its previous state -- and even its original appearance. Greg Shultz explains how.
Staying on top of business news, following tech developments, managing tasks, brainstorming solutions, and even watching the weather halfway across the world: All in a day's work f...
Greg Shultz highlights several new enhancements to the Start Screen in WIndows 8.1 that you can use to make it look and feel more like the Start Menu.
Greg Shultz takes a look at the Apps view instead of pining away for the return of the Start Menu. Find out what he learned.
Greg Shultz explains how you can use the OneDrive app to perform basic file management operations while you're working in the Modern UI in Windows 8.1.
Record a presentation using nothing but your Chromebook and these three tools: Hangouts, Movenote, and Screencastify.