Samsung today launched the Galaxy S8 (GS8) in four markets. What exactly is the “Microsoft Edition” of the GS8? How is it different than the regular version? And why would you want to buy an Android phone from Microsoft? Read on.
If you worked in a corporate environment during the past couple of decades, there’s a good chance you’ve used a company-issued ThinkPad laptop. Whether you loved it or hated it, the trusty ThinkPad likely represents a varied range of memories.
Most of us love our smartphones and have trouble being away from them for more than a few minutes at time. But for many people, life was much simpler without the digital tethers that are modern mobile phones.
Even for diehard Windows phone loyalists, it’s getting hard, or at least harder, to stay the course and stick with Microsoft’s mobile OS. Samsung’s impressive new Galaxy S8 (GS8) smartphone is one reason why.
Last week, Microsoft announced that it will release a special 'Microsoft Edition' of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 (GS8) Android smartphone. What do you think of the move? And does it signal a new shift away from Windows Mobile?
Microsoft Outlook 2016 for Windows has a feature that lets you easily flag important email messages and add reminders to make sure you remember to reply or respond accordingly. Here's how to apply custom reminders to Outlook messages.
If your Outlook inbox looks like a stack of digital dynamite recently exploded inside of it, you can use Outlook Categories to organize and sort important messages. Here's how to use and master Outlook Categories.
Many reasons exist for why you'd want to include references in documents. Thankfully, Microsoft Word 2016 for Windows has a number of "reference" features that make it easy to quickly insert footnotes and endnotes.
By Al Sacco, Wednesday, Mar 1, 2017 at 2:09 pm EST
Microsoft plans to replace the current Spelling and Grammar pane in Word 2016 with a new Editor pane that will offer more grammar and writing suggestions, in addition to spelling tips, and help users write well … or at least better