It was Apple’s big day yesterday, and all the internet is buzzing with excitement, especially those Apple fanboys we all know and love. WWDC 2014 had indeed some exciting moments and revelations, so if you want to really know what the fuss is about, carry on reading.
The Seattle Times are running a series of articles interviewing top Microsoft executives, who describe the company’s design direction for future OSes. And their vision is to create the largest software project in history.
Lifehacker has a great article published, about the lesser known, but equally important Windows utilities, that everyone should have ready in a time of need.
I know that there are quite a few of you out there that still refuse to join us in this decade and use Windows XP. Yes, the OS that was released back in 2001. Unfortunately though, Microsoft ended support for the operating system a while ago, meaning XP will not receive any new updates any more. But, there is a way around that, and it was simply a matter of time before someone found a workaround.