The cloud disk SkyDrive is tightly integrated into Windows 8.1. The cloud data are stored in the SkyDrive folder within your user profile. You’d rather want to save the data on a different disk, for example on a second hard disk? No problem: You can move the SkyDrive folder—if you know how.
Keep your computer secure by using Windows Defender. What is Defender, and how to open the program?
On the Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto (Canada), Microsoft announced that Windows 8 will get released in October 2012. The RTM version will be compiled in August.
Myriads of people from all over the world are complaining about Facebook’s newest work. The reason? Without asking the users and without any announcement, the social network has updated all users’ profiles. Facebook has hidden the real e-mail addresses and inserted their firstname.lastname@example.org. But you can undo this forced change with some simple steps.
In an all-secret press event at the Milk Studios in L.A. today (18 June 2012), Microsoft has revealed a new tablet computer. Specifically designed for Windows 8, this tablet runs on either the ARM or the Intel platform. Here’s a first glance at the new hardware.
Three years ago, I wrote about new instant messaging networks for Windows Live. Back then, this was only meant to be an April Fool’s joke. Yet, what we have right now is just what I had foretold... What's next?
140 characters—that seems to be quite a limit for publishing a story. Yet, Twitter has changed how people communicate. Twitter Stories is a fine example for just that.
Normally you would access the properties of a file or folder by right-clicking it, then selecting Properties from the appearing context menu. Did you know that you can open these properties without using your mouse?
The social network Google+ will soon allow people to use pseudonyms. Until now, Google has enforced Google+ users to enter their real names.
The Google web search is soon going to be encrypted by default.