First the FBI sues Apple, now Microsoft is suing the government? What’s going on and why should we care? Let’s take a look.
The one year anniversary of the release of Windows 10 is coming near. Learn more about what Microsoft has planned for the anniversary update of Windows 10.
The boundaries between tablet and laptop are continuing to blur – especially with the release of Windows 10. With so many options available, it may be hard to pick out the best tablet for you. This article will help point you in the direction of some of the best tablet laptops available today.
Finding a laptop is just one of many things college kids need to do before school starts. This guide will offer you some advice on specific models that should be a good fit for college.
Microsoft has never had any love for Linux with previous CEO Ballmer likening it to cancer. With new CEO Nadella in place, Microsoft has changed its tune and started to embrace Linux. Read on to find out more!
Seemingly out of nowhere, 2016 is shaping up to be the year of VR. Not since the late 1980’s have people been this excited to step into a virtual world. Let’s take a look at the three main competitors in this 2016 showdown.
If you haven’t been paying attention to the gaming industry as of late, it may have been easy to miss the hype for this year’s newest trend – virtual reality. You may remember the spectacular failures of VR in the 80s and 90s, but this time might be different. Let’s take a look.
There’s no doubting the usefulness of charts to spot trends and patterns, but they are impractically large for illustrating individual records. However, Excel 2013’s sparklines supports charting within cells themselves, so you can have hundreds of tiny charts on a single spreadsheet.
Adding shortcuts to the QAT can save a great deal of time. Although this article’s example focuses on this one command in Excel, the procedure is identical for any command and in Word 2013 also, so you can use the same technique to customize either program for varying shortcuts.
Excel 2013 relies on functions to change capitalization. The LOWER, UPPER and PROPER functions change text in referenced cells to lowercase, uppercase or proper case. This method requires a formula in another cell, but you can copy the results to the original location to avoid with duplicate data.