Windows 10 is finally out — kind of. Microsoft initially promised that everyone could take advantage of the free upgrade offer on July 29, but you may have to wait a while before Microsoft offers the upgrade to your PC.
Sources such as How to Geek say, hold off and see. It’s best to get the kinks out of a new Operating System before you plunge in. I have to agree. If you want to read what they say, please click the link below.
Well, that’s a relief!
Microsoft’s Windows 10 message hasn’t always been clear. They’ve declared the Windows 10 upgrade will be free for the first year and that going forward they’ll be pushing “Windows 10 as a service.
Source: No, Windows 10 Won’t Require a Subscription: Here’s How Microsoft Plans on Making Money Instead
I just saw this video recently and it is shocking! Don’t forget that your photocopier is as much a computer as your computer is!
I’m sure a lot of you are now using the Windows 7 operating system. I know some of you are Mac users, so you will want to skip this small article.
There are some cool applications that are built into Windows 7 that you may not have noticed yet.
The Snipping Tool
You’ve always been able to press the PrtScn (or print screen) key on your keyboard and paste it to a program, but this tool lets you make little notes, circle things and then saves it without having to paste it somewhere. Type “snip” in your start menu to find it.
This is a great tool for when you want to remember something and see it on your desktop for easy access. You can change the colour (really important) and put it anywhere on your desktop! then delete it and save paper when you are finished.
One the best things I have really appreciated in Windows 7 is being able to dock windows to either side of the screen and not have one disappear when you click on the other one. Just click and drag the top of your window to the left (or right) of the screen and when the mouse “touches” the end of the monitor, the window automatically docks to that side. Do the same with the other window, and you can do work while looking at one window while typing on the other. This is especially helpful if you are researching something from the internet and need to record information to a document. This is one of my favourite features.