As much as we depend on our network functioning for well, forever, it’s unrealistic to expect it. That said, it’s a given we will experience a down network at times, but a majority of issues get solved quickly, and some require a computer pro to revive the network.
When your network is down and before you think the world is ending, please check out this list of simple, commonsense steps...Read More
As time progresses, so too does technology. One major advance in this regard are graphics in the form of 4K. The viewing experience of 4K has proven to be something that many people want to embrace. The move towards 4K gaming and television viewing is on its way to becoming the standard. Though, as with any decision to upgrade, there are benefits and risks.
Microsoft Flow is a service that allows you to automate basic digital tasks. You can save email attachments to OneDrive, post photos to both Instagram and Facebook at once, or get a notification every time someone tweets a specific hashtag.
By chaining your processes together, you can use Microsoft Flow to get more done and think less about mundane tasks. The system can be a little...Read More
E3 is coming in the next few months and everyone was expecting an announcement from Microsoft and 343 Industries about the upcoming game Halo Infinite. We will probably still get that, but Halo fans now have something else to look forward to…(more…)Read More
Tuesday at the Game Developers Conference, Google announced it will be rolling out a new Game streaming service called Stadia. The service will allow users to stream games on multiple platforms forums such as a web browser, phones, tv, and tablets. This will be Google’s big push into the gaming world. Google has hinted in the past that they were going to have some upcoming announces for...Read More
Windows 95 is Back, and I Couldn’t Be Happier!If you’re like me, you feel that the cutting-edge features and layout of Windows 10, awesome as they are, are missing something. What precisely that “something” is can be difficult to describe, but I can safely say that Windows 95 had it.
(And if you’re not like me—if you’re too young to be like me—you’d...Read More