Now that Microsoft has imposed the Outlook.com interface to Hotmail, there is no going back. Previously, I covered the process which allowed users to revert back to old Hotmail interface, however it appears that the option has now been removed. Whether you like the new look or hate the Outlook.com interface (like me), you might be interested in changing your profile picture. Since this image will be going with your Continue Reading →
Apple has released their new upgrade of the firmware called iOS 6. There are quite a few features about this wonderful OS that have pleased people with iPhones, iPads and the latest generation iPod Touch devices. Below is an overview of a couple of the latest iOS 6 updates.
The new version of Microsoft Excel 2013 has been crafted to users get the most professional results. The new version gives more liberty to draw a more comprehensive image of your data for better understanding and explanation of the available information. In previous posts we provided you with the new features of MS Word 2013 and the latest upgrades for MS PowerPoint 2013. This time we will explore the new Continue Reading →
The initial version of Microsoft Office 2013 is now available and you can “Download Microsoft Office 2013 Free Trial” to benefit from the revamped user interface, performance enhancements and latest nifty features. With MS Office 2013 you can get the windows 8 treatment and upgrade to the newest version of PowerPoint for making stunning presentations. The user friendly interface and exciting new features can add value to your slides, as Continue Reading →
I have been using Ubuntu since version 10.10 Maverick Meerkat and recently, I even tried the latest version, i.e. Quantal Quetzal. While my experience of the OS has been mixed, I always thought that there was something missing, until now. Canonical has recently announced “Ubuntu for Phones”, which will be the smartphone version of the operating system which has significantly gained ground in the desktop market. After becoming a viable Continue Reading →
The final version of Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal has now been released and you can easily upgrade your Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin OS to the latest Ubuntu operating system. If you wish to upgrade your Ubuntu 12.04 operating system to Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal, then follow the guidelines given below.
When Kindle Fire landed in stores last year, it was quite obvious from the initial sales that it will go on to become a competitor for iPad and create some real competition in the tablet market. While the 1st generation of Kindle Fire tablets were not as slick as iPad, however things have become very different in the wake of the release of Kindle Fire HD.
After nearly a year of pre-beta and beta testing, the final build for Windows 8 is now available. What started off as a raw build in the form of the Developer’s Preview was later upgraded to the Consumer Preview (Beta), followed by the Release Preview and now the final build, which has been made available for download on a 90-Day Trial basis. You can download this build from the links Continue Reading →
Update: The new Final Build of Windows 8 is now available for download. You can get the Latest Windows 8 version from this link. Yesterday, Microsoft released the release candidate for Windows 8, known as the Windows Release Preview. You can download this latest Windows 8 version from the download link given at the end of this post. The Release Preview has come after the Windows 8 Beta version, which Continue Reading →
Windows 8 is finally out and though there might be some further modifications in the RTM release and later some service pack enhancements, Windows 8 Consumer Preview seems pretty much like the final product. To walk you through the installation process and the various start up settings, we have created a video for our WML Cloud readers. Below are step by step instructions, followed by a video tutorial that shows Continue Reading →