Word 2016: A guide to its desktop publishing tools

microsoft_word_logo_primary-100718196-mediumMicrosoft Word has come a long way since the “pre-Windows, non-mouse” versions used between 1983 to 1990. Back then, there were NO graphics, not even a graphical user interface. The Word 1.0 for Windows 3.0 version was a notable improvement, but then it took two decades for Microsoft to figure out how to integrate quality graphics successfully. Check out this article from PCWorld.com

How to get rid of hum and eliminate other noises from your audio and video systems

electricalnoise-100661093-mediumSo you just unboxed your new entertainment gear, hooked everything up, and you hear a buzz, whine, hiss, chatter, or any number of other annoying noises that have been known to plague audio equipment. You might even see some banding or waves on your TV. So you take it all back to the store, only to watch the salesperson plug it in and have everything work perfectly. What the…? Get to know more of this article from PCWorld.com

Windows 10 Build 16241 gives the best sneak peek yet at the Fall Creators Update

insider-ubuntu-100729040-mediumAs Windows 10’s next big release date nears, the latest Insider Preview Build 16241 gives us a solid sneak peek at what the Fall Creators Update will look like. You’ll see a some significant new features, including Ubuntu support, update delivery options, and improved Task Manager visibility. But tellingly, Microsoft also opened its final “bug bash” challenge. That means the Windows 10 team is just about ready to button up the OS for its promised September debut. Check out this article from PCWorld.com