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Google Outdoes Microsoft Office By Making Quickoffice For Android And iOS Free To All; Edit Microsoft Office Documents For Free Using This Mobile Platform

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by agluck     September 19, 2013      0.0 (0) Google today said Quickoffice, will be free for everyone. That means Android and iOS users can edit Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets, and presentations and not pay a penny. In contrast, Microsoft Office requires a license.   

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The Microsoft Partnership With Chipmaker Intel Has Been Breached By Google's Chrome Operating System

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by agluck     September 12, 2013      0.0 (0) New Chromebooks announced this week signal Intel's willingness to broaden its horizons and work with companies like Google, at the expense of its long-standing Windows partnership with Microsoft.  For advisors, it means that Microsoft's hold on your office's desktop applcations will erode in the years ahead.  

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Adding SkyDrive Or Any Other Website To Your Taskbar

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by agluck     August 18, 2013      0.0 (0) After using Windows 8 for seven months, I’m still finding new tricks all the time. This past week I found out how to pin SkyDrive to the taskbar. It’s easy to do and very convenient.

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Five Productivity Tips For Using Windows 8

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by agluck     June 26, 2013      0.0 (0) Windows 8 debuted nine months ago and advisors are just starting to adopt it. I’ve been using Windows 8 daily for six months and like it a lot. The more I use it, the better it gets. Here are five Windows 8 ideas that can make you more productive.

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How To Remove Those Distracting Email Notifications From Outlook

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by agluck     June 12, 2013      0.0 (0) As if you don’t have enough distractions, Microsoft by default notifies you whenever an emails arrives in your inbox by playing a sound, briefly changing your mouse-pointer, and popping up an “envelope” in the lower right corner of your screen. By default, the settings for all of these alerts are checked off in Outlook. But it&rsq

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