All Articles by Mark Guim

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We just received a plaque from Youtube congratulating us for surpassing 100,000 subscribers, and we would like to say THANK YOU! Thanks for watching our videos! We work hard to make sure you keep coming back for the content we produce. Feel free to leave some feedback, good or bad. How can we improve?

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Split View: Mac OS X El Capitan vs. Windows 10

One of the new features on Mac OS X El Capitan is Split View. This is similar to the Windows 10 Snap View where you can place two apps in full screen. You can actually snap up to four apps in Windows 10, but we'll just use two apps in this comparison to make it fair. Watch our video!

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8 images of the Lumia 950 & Lumia 950 XL the Microsoft Store did not want you to see

The Microsoft Store accidentally listed the Lumia 950 and 950 XL earlier today and we saw a thumbnail image for each of them. After some digging, we noticed that playing with the image source URL resulted in more photos and in bigger sizes too. Check out the hidden images of these unannounced Lumias directly from the Microsoft Store.

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How to select which calendars appear on Outlook for Windows 10 Mobile

After setting up your accounts for Outlook Calendar in Windows 10 Mobile, you can change which calendars are visible on the app. Since one account can have multiple calendars like one specifically for holidays, another for birthdays, and another for work meetings, you can choose to filter what shows up to make it more manageable.

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Lumia Imaging SDK updated to version 3.0, Adds support for Windows 10 universal platform

Lumia Imaging SDK, the imaging toolset that has powered apps with over 100 million downloads, has just been updated to version 3.0. It now has support for Windows 10 UWP (Universal Windows Platform) to target smartphones, tablets and computers running Windows 10.

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Bing improves on its third week of NFL predictions

Every week, Bing uses search, social, and other relevant data to make intelligent predictions about upcoming NFL games. Week 3 of the NFL just passed. How did Bing perform? Let's take a look.

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Eyefi Mobi is now a universal Windows 10 app

Many of the newer digital cameras now have built-in Wi-Fi that can easily connect them with smartphones or your desktop wirelessly. If your older camera does not have that feature, you can rely on Eyefi Mobi cards for instant photo transfer. The Eyefi Mobi app launched for Windows Phone 8.1 in June and it has just been updated as a universal app for Windows 10.

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What is that square icon on the Windows 10 sign-in screen?

When logging in to your Windows 10 device, you might have noticed a square icon in the on-screen keypad or keyboard. What does it do and what is it for? The answer might surprise you.

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How to use one-handed mode in Windows 10 Mobile

One of the features I like on Windows 10 Mobile preview is one-handed mode. Just tap and hold the home button and the whole display moves down to half the size, letting you navigate and interact with links or buttons with just your thumb. Let's see how it compares with Reachability on iOS.

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Bing performed horribly with its NFL Week 2 predictions

Every week, Bing uses search, social, and other relevant data to make intelligent predictions about upcoming NFL games. Week 2 of the NFL just passed. How did Bing perform? Let's take a look.

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How to remove the background picture on the Windows 10 sign-in screen

One of the new features on Windows 10 Insider preview build 10547 is the ability to remove the Windows background picture on the sign-in screen. Removing the picture is as easy as flipping a switch in the settings. We'll show you how to do it.

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What's on your Windows 10 Mobile Start screen, Mark Guim?

I've been mostly happy with the Lumia 830 after installing Window 10 Mobile preview. Things are moving along, and I think that it is good enough as a daily driver. I've already said goodbye to Windows Phone 8.1 and will be using Windows 10 Mobile from now on. Here's what I have on my Start screen.

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How to set an alarm in Windows 10 Mobile

Setting an alarm on Windows 10 Mobile is really easy. We'll show you how to set an alarm whether you need to set it every day for work or need to make sure to wake up after a quick nap.

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Hands-on with Microsoft Translator 10 Beta for Windows 10

We take a look at the new Microsoft Translator 10 Beta. See the universal app in action on the Lumia 830 and Surface Pro 3 by watching our hands-on video.

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How to change the email signature in Outlook for Windows 10 Mobile

When sending an email on Outlook for Windows 10 Mobile, a signature is automatically inserted by Microsoft. It says, "Sent from Outlook Mail for Windows 10." If you don't mind having that in all your emails, then move along… nothing to see here. However, continue reading if you want to remove or change the default signature.

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How to manually add internet APN settings in Windows 10 Mobile

Your Windows 10 Mobile device normally recognizes the SIM card you are using, and you shouldn't need to change anything to have a working data connection. However, if you are experiencing problems, we can show you how to manually add your carrier's internet APN settings.

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Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse review

Earlier this year, Logitech released the MX Master wireless mouse, an update to its popular mouse, the Performance Mouse MX. The major improvements include the ability to quickly switch between three devices and that you no longer need to use a USB dongle. Should you buy it? Watch our hands-on review to find out.

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How to reverse scrolling direction in Windows 10

One of the first things I do when setting up a new Windows 10 PC is reverse the scrolling direction. It seems more "natural" to me. Of course, many others will disagree and prefer the default direction. Either way, reversing the scrolling direction is as easy as turning on a switch.

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Follow the football season with the official NFL app for Windows 10 and Xbox One

Football season is here, and Microsoft is making sure you don't miss the action on Windows 10 and Xbox One. The NFL app keeps you up to date with the latest scores, watch and analyze replays, check out the highlights, deep dive into the stats, and even follow your fantasy team. We go hands on with the app on Windows 10 and Xbox One.

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How to boot into Safe Mode in Windows 10

Safe Mode in Windows disables unnecessary drivers and programs during the startup process so you can isolate system errors and fix them. We'll show you how you can boot into Safe Mode with Windows 10.

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