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Microsoft Office is now available on Mac App Store

Microsoft Office is finally available in the Mac App Store. Users can now download Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote and OneDrive apps from the Mac App Store for free. However, an Office 365 subscription is needed to actually use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. The subscription can be bought as an in-app purchase from the Mac App Store.

How to install Windows 10 on Mac using Boot Camp

Boot Camp is a feature in macOS that lets users install Windows 10 in a separate partition on their MacBook or iMac. Once installed, users can easily switch between macOS and Windows 10, and also view files that are stored in each operating system’s partition. Unlike a virtual machine, a Boot Camp Windows installation runs at native speed, which means that users get the full …

How to record Skype audio and video calls

Skype is easily one of the most popular voice calling apps on the Internet. If you have always wondered if you can record your audio and video calls, you can do so now in Skype and it works effortlessly. No need to have third-party apps risking your privacy or security! The feature is available on both desktop and mobile versions of Skype, and it’s very easy …

Get free 3-month Parallels Desktop subscription with Visual Studio Dev Essentials

Thanks to Microsoft’s Visual Studio Dev Essentials, you can get a 3-month Parallels Desktop, the popular virtualization software for Mac, for free. Microsoft is also offering Visual Studio Community, SQL Server Developer Edition, Windows R Server, Parallels Access and Windows Platform VM as downloads to VS Dev Essentials users. All you need is a Microsoft account to register and get access.

How to use Timeline in Windows 10

One of the biggest new features in Windows 10 April 2018 update is the addition of Timeline. The new Timeline replaces Task View, and shows a list of open apps and documents, different desktops and an activity history of all connected Windows PCs, iOS and Android devices. The activity history in Timeline shows files or webpages open on other devices and lets users continue working …

Microsoft’s updates to fix Windows 10 version 1803 have created more issues

Windows 10 April 2018 has been a mixed bag lately. A mixed bag full of bugs. As if the issues with the first release, version 1803, were not enough, subsequent updates intended to fix these issues have created more problems of their own. Just a glance at different threads on numerous forums, Reddit and other Windows focused websites surface a large variety of issues.