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office365With Office and OneDrive or SharePoint Online, you can work together with other folks in your office at the same time on the same document. That feature is called co-authoring, and here’s how you get going on it.

Windows 10 Pro Workstation Edition – What is it?

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windows 10Microsoft recently announced a new version of Windows 10: Windows 10 Professional for Workstations. What makes this version of Windows special and do you need to consider it for your next workstation purchase?

Tech Tip: Microsoft Word Keyboard Shortcuts

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Microsoft Word 2013 logoMicrosoft Word is a program we all spend a great deal of time in. And if you think about it, most of your time in that program is spent with your hands on the keyboard. The more you move your hands from your keyboard to your mouse and back, the less productive you are. Keyboard short cuts are the answer to increase your productivity.

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Friday Fun: The History Of the IBM PC

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Happy Friday! Today, we have a little tech history for you.

  • The IBM PC, which was the basis for all modern Windows PCs, has a fascinating history. Ars Technica goes into great detail on how the modern IBM-compatible PC came to be, with an in-depth two part article. 
  • And on the other side of the aisle, Macs have their own varied history. While for many years, they had proprietary innards, they now share many of the same internal components that PCs have. So how come you never see an Intel Inside sticker on a Mac like you do on most PCs with Intel processors, even though Macs have used Intel processors for years? That's a very interesting story as well.
Tagged in: Microsoft Windows

There was never a version of Windows called Windows 93. Which is probably a good thing (note that link only supports Firefox and Chrome – but feel free to load it up in Internet Explorer as it’s still entertaining).

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