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Microsoft Edge: For When You're Not Quite Ready To Move On

Like a jilted lover, Microsoft are seemingly having trouble letting go. With the company ditching the cancerous mole that is Internet Explorer, a new chapter opens in the software giant’s dense tome as they shift their image. 662 more words

Internet Explorer

Microsoft Announces Continuum, Turning Windows 10 Phones Into Desktops

Microsoft just demonstrated one of the intriguing possibilities from its single platform/multiple form factors approach for Windows 10: the ability to use your phone as your desktop computer. 221 more words

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Are You Ready for Windows Server 2003 End of Support?

The end of support date for Windows Server 2003 is fast approaching. On July 14, 2015, Microsoft will stop releasing critical patches for Windows Server 2003. 201 more words

Computer Assisted Language Learning

CALL

Computer Assisted Language Learning, or CALL in the English language learning field, helps students learn English (or any other language) more quickly and thoroughly than if they were only taking traditional class based lessons.  357 more words

Education

Hyper-V NAT and VMware Workstation on same computer - Record and Restore Hyper-V VM Network Adapter Virtual Switch settings with PowerShell

When you alternately use VMware Workstation and Hyper-V on the same computer, you will know that VMware Workstation will only allow you to start VM’s when Hyper-V isn’t enabled. 538 more words

Microsoft Windows

Terraria

Terraria

O.K, first of all, don’t judge me because this game doesn’t have graphics that almost look like reality. Anyways, Terraria is a game that you can get on PlayStation, Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, Windows Phone and Kindle Fire (which I have never heard of.) The game is a 2D sandbox indie game that is REALLY fun. 185 more words

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