What to do if you’re still running Windows 7

What to do if you’re still running Windows 7

Organizations still running Windows 7 are now officially living on borrowed time. As of Jan. 14, Microsoft has cut off extended support for the aging operating system. Though Windows 7 computers will continue to run and function as always, they’ll be more vulnerable to security flaws. That’s because the end of extended support means no […]

Placing calls from your Windows 10 computer, using your phone app.

Placing calls from your Windows 10 computer, using your phone app.

Making phone calls from your Windows 10 PC is now possible, using Microsoft’s “Your Phone” application. If you have an Android phone, you can take advantage of this Windows 10 feature. Not only can you make and receive phone calls, you can also see your Android phone’s notifications, photos, and messages on your desktop. To […]

End of Windows 7

End of Windows 7

As of today January 14, 2020 Windows 7 has officially reached it’s end of life. Even though this is the case some companies will extend support for their products to later dates if you are planning to wait to upgrade to Windows 10, Google being one of them with their popular browser “Chrome”. Google is […]

SSD & RAM Pricing hike due to power outage?

SSD & RAM Pricing hike due to power outage?

A massive power outage in Hwaseong, South Korea caused the Samsung wafer manufacturing plant to go without power for more than one minute. Yes, one whole minute. This outage caused the manufacturing plant to discard many silicon wafers that would be used in SSDs and RAM. This means that the amazing prices for RAM and […]

Windows 10 Update 1909

Windows 10 Update 1909

Windows 10 version 1909 has officially been released by Microsoft, and is available for download via Windows Update. This update is the eighth major release, since the release of Windows 10. The November update is categorized as a minor update, and will not require as much downtime for installation, as the May 2019 may have […]