Understanding the diverse mix of products that Microsoft launches, and the ever evolving dynamic of the company as a global presence can be difficult to appreciate. Here we discuss Microsoft as a company, its product offerings and local, regional and national developments. We also look at becoming Microsoft Certified as a highly regarded accreditation which demonstrates an expertise in Microsoft delivered applications and services. Whether looking for accreditation in Microsoft Office, Desktop Support, Professional Systems Development or Master and Architect levels of knowledge, Microsoft Certification highlights a persons technical expertise on a breadth of Microsoft delivered technologies. Here we look at the abundance of Microsoft products and certification resources that are available to end users, support staff and developers on all levels. Discussing the best online resources, user guides, training plans and tips for you to earn Microsoft Certification status. Also looking at the best local resources for you to gain Microsoft Certification, providing personal guidance and tips from current Microsoft Certified professionals, and delivering expert help for basic understanding to exam preparation.
Looking for something new for the holidays to give as a gift to your favorite Windows user? Companies like Microsoft, Logitech, Kensington and others have recently released or are soon to release a number of items that can greatly enhance the Windows computing or gaming experience.
How well do you know Microsoft and its history? This quiz will test your knowledge and provide you with some background information on the computer industry giant.
Migrating your data from Windows to Mac OS X just became a whole lot easier with VMware Fusion and the VMware converter tool. Simply turn your Windows PC into a virtual machine and copy it to your Mac!
Now it is possible to create your own clipboard history file, with a time and date. Simply follow the instructions and examples in part 2 of the Autohotkey tutorial and you will build yourself a useful little application in no time!
With the Developer Preview release of Windows 8, many more details about this exciting new operating system have become clear. With a touch screen interface based on Windows Phone 7, an app-centric under interface and the end of the old default desktop, a real change to computing is coming!
Wouldn’t it be great if you could automate all those BORING tasks in your daily routine simply by delegating windows tasks to an automated program? Now for some people this would be impossible without an expert programmer, but now there is a solution, Autohotkey.
Several people have more than one e-mail accounts. Configuring all accounts separately results in different PST files that clutter Outlook and confuse users. This article explains setting up more than one account on Microsoft Outlook or how to combine 2 Outlook accounts.
You need to backup Outlook e-mail accounts, especially when you are using POP3 accounts. This article explains why you need to backup POP3 e-mail accounts and tells you how to back up the accounts.
This Microsoft Outlook for e-mail tutorial helps you create, remove and repair e-mail accounts. It also helps you with tasks such as exporting contact list, sending distribution list to someone, and combining POP3 accounts into a single Outlook account.
It wasn’t long ago that Windows 7 hit retail, but Microsoft is already making plans for its next operating system, tentatively known as Windows 8. Surprisingly, Microsoft is making plans for Windows 8 to be available on more than just x86 compatible processors.