If you're like most people, you probably think it's time to buy a new computer when it starts to slow down or crash all the time, and when it’s just generally not meeting your needs. But before you go shopping for a new computer, consider all of the ways that your old one could still be useful.
Millions of people use social media every day to stay connected with friends, family, colleagues, customers, and more. However, many don’t realize that they are also putting their personal data at risk by not taking the proper precautions to safeguard their accounts.
Microsoft Excel is a powerhouse in data management and analysis. With each new release, it becomes even more powerful. The latest version, Excel 2021 for Windows, includes many new features and functions that will make your life easier. Here’s how to make the most of them.
Laptop computers aren’t cheap, so you’d want to make sure you get every bit of performance for your buck. Bear in mind that they may not be set up to function at their best straight out of the box, so to do just that, you’ll need to take these steps.
Change can be difficult in business, but it can also usher in a new era of productivity and profitability. Microsoft is shooting for better ways to improve productivity and elevate data integrity with its new Microsoft 365 product.
Microsoft has time and again shown that they are willing to make drastic changes to their products and services in the name of development.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to be creative with collaboration and productivity — and made work from home (WFH) setups through Microsoft applications more prominent. Just make sure your data is safe in your employees’ hands by following these tips.
Sooner or later, you’re going to have to replace your computer. But while it may not be as fast as when you first got it or as sleek as your new computer, your old desktop or laptop might still have a lot to offer. Below are a few ways you can repurpose an outdated machine.