Microsoft is ending support for Windows 10 Mobile. Which means Windows 10 Mobile is deader than dead. It also means Microsoft’s foray into the mobile market is over. So much so that Microsoft is actively advising people to switch to Android or iOS. Windows 10 Mobile has been a bust since it debuted in 2016.

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Technology has changed the way by which students approach their education. Any learner today has access to a vast number of apps across their devices. But students should know which apps are useful for their education, and which ones are a waste of time. Choosing the right kind of apps can help students complete their

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You just overclocked your GPU or installed a new hardware component in your PC. Is it working? Benchmarking is a great way to take a snapshot of your PC’s performance, and the best benchmarking software is often free to use. Whether you want to assess how poorly, or how well, your PC is performing, everyone

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If you’re still using Windows 7 then you need to be aware that free support ends in less than a year. Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 for free on January 14, 2020, and at that point this popular operating system will become increasingly unsafe to use. All versions of Windows have a limited shelf

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It’s easy to access and work on your Windows PC from a Mac. Microsoft offers a free tool to do the job. Read on to learn how to set up and use Microsoft Remote Desktop for Mac. Remote Desktop for Mac is relatively simple to set up. It lets you use your Windows apps, work

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Do you need to read a Mac drive on Windows? Unfortunately, it’s not a straightforward process; you can’t just connect the Mac drive and expect it to work. Here’s everything you need to know to get it working. Why Can’t Windows Read Mac Drives? Windows and macOS use different file systems. Windows uses the NTFS file

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