Lets take a look at all the email jargon. Whether you use Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo mail, or email configured on your own website—there’s more to receiving email than it might seem like on the surface. This article will focus on answering some of the most common issues when it comes to setting up new email […]
The Windows 10 Settings UI and the Network flyout is completely different from the look and feel of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. The options have been moved around somewhat and it is not necessarily clear on how to change the network type – private or public. Below is a quick illustrated guide of how to […]
I had a look at TeraCopy at the beginning of the year and I loved its features, however I discovered that it was not 100% stable. For a task as critical as copying and moving files, there’s no substitute for rock-solid function. I had no problems with the more recent free Home version of the […]
iCloud is Apple’s cloud storage service, offering integrated online backup and syncing for Apple devices. iCloud is built-in on iPhones, iPads, and Macs, but can also be accessed on Windows. While other services allow you to upload any type of file, Apple chooses to place your data into different compartments. This can be confusing […]
Cloud computing is the phrase for web-based software you can use anywhere you have an Internet connection. We explain how the cloud works and why it’s the easiest way to be productive wherever you are.