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This spring delivery trucks have been pulling up to the city's public schools and dropping off dozens of laptops -- a total of about 10,000 across the city -- that use Google's Chrome operating system rather than those made by Microsoft or Apple.
Microsoft's programmers may have been creating some of the biggest and most important software titles back in the 1980s, but that didn't stop them from joking around when crafting the code that powered them. Yesterday, Microsoft and the Computer
Microsoft's engineers certainly had a sense of humor back in the 80s. Yesterday, Microsoft and the Computer History Museum released early source code from MS-DOS and Microsoft Word, and one developer has already uncovered some amusing hidden messages.
Microsoft has reportedly warned that previewing emails before hitting send could allow hackers gain control of a user's PC. The software maker said that cyber criminals were actively exploiting a newly discovered Microsoft Word bug that could be
I write about smarter working, small business and entrepreneurs...I've been reading a Cnet blog on why their correspondent is leaving Microsoft Office for good. He makes some compelling arguments; a single app crashed in the middle of an install,
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella may bring new change to Microsoft by offering a version of Office for the iPad. Analysts say the lack of an Office version for the iPad may have robbed Microsoft of $2.5 billion in revenues...Wi-Fi connectivity, and
iPad owners know that their fantastic Apple tablet with Retina display is awesome for watching movies or playing Candy Crush -- but you can't do much real work on it. The iPad has always been more of a recreation tool than a productivity
The moment when you log onto Facebook and your top Newsfeed post has the word "alot" instead of "a lot." Or, maybe, your friend forgot the Golden Rule that there's an "I before E, except after C." In honor of Spelling Bee season and with the hopes
Library computer class schedule Wednesday, March 12, 2014 3:50 PM MST All classes run from 9 to 11a.m...March 12: Computer file management; How to find, save and open files. March 13: How to apply animations to MS Power point slides March 14: 9 a.m.
It is available for download as a beta, enables users to intuitively draw 2D molecules from scratch. Chem4Word student and researcher users will benefit by having access to ChemDoodle, the standard in chemical drawing, from within Microsoft Word.