This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft plans to offer free Office 2013 upgrades to Office 2010 users, but with certain limits, check out the article to get all the details and see if you qualify.
Making the transition to Windows 8, this week learn step-by-step how to safely upgrade Windows 7, Vista and XP, while maintaining all your documents and settings to Windows 8. Also learn how use the “Windows 7 File Recovery” in Windows 8 to create a full system image (backup) of your computer to protect documents, settings, operating system and also really important… your applications, which sometimes can be really time consuming to re-install them all, in case of hard drive failure or nasty viruses.
Ironically Google jumped into the “Do No Track” wagon, by default this feature is turned-off, but it is really simple to configure and we show you how. All this and more…
Here is all of what you might have missed:
- How to enable “Do Not Track” feature in Chrome web browser
- Desktop Fun: Rainbows theme for Windows 7 – Bring colorful landscapes to your desktop
- Ever wondered how Microsoft came up with the new logo designed? [Humor]
- How to restore Windows 8 system image in the event of system failure [Step-by-Step]
- Free Office 2013 upgrade Microsoft details to Office 2010 users
- How to create a Windows 8 system image or full backup [Step-by-Step]
- How to upgrade to Windows 8 from Windows 7, Vista or XP [Step-by-Step]
From the forums
- Microsoft helped to stop 500 strain of malware in operation b70
- How much IE10 “Do Not Track” is going to help you? Only 40%
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