I’m not a fan of the word “expert,” not because there aren’t experts, but rather because too many who are not believe themselves to be experts.
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My wife and I travel a lot, but we’ve never been on a cruise, and it’s been an interesting and eye-opening experience.
Windows 11 has always been hostile to power users. But with the latest coming updates, I’ve found evidence of further changes in this direction.
Steven Sinofsky once observed that three years is “about right” for each release of Windows. He may have been onto something.
Happy Friday! Here is a blessedly shorter than usual Ask Paul to end this short week and get the weekend started a bit early.
I feel like this was years in the making, but after a lot of back and forth with various web browsers, I’ve moved to Brave.
I just came across something unexpected: With Windows 11, Microsoft has fixed some small but troubling issues with Windows 10.
I spent the entire long weekend working on the Windows 11 Field Guide. And I mean that quite literally: the book, suddenly, is consuming my life.
Happy Friday! And welcome to another epic edition of Ask Paul with another great set of reader questions to kick off the weekend.
As a long-time Sonos fan and customer, I’m well aware of the pros and cons of the Sonos ecosystem. At least I thought I was.
Yes, support for Windows 8.x is ending soon. But Windows and its users are still living with the mistakes of that era. And always will be.
Happy Friday! And welcome to an epic edition of Ask Paul with some great reader questions to kick off the weekend a bit early.
I’ve always been a voracious reader, and these days I split my time reading---and listening---using various tablet and smartphone apps.
Happy Friday! This installment of Ask Paul ranges from Windows on Arm to Mexico, so let’s get the weekend started.
Over roughly 20 years, Internet Explorer experienced the highest highs and the lowest lows. But it’s time to say goodbye.
The UK has uncovered the real reasons why Apple prevents Microsoft from bringing Xbox Cloud Gaming to the iPhone and iPad.
Happy Friday! And welcome to a monster edition of Ask Paul with some great questions to help kick off the weekend a bit early.
The “at a glance” functionality in Live tiles was one of the central innovations in Windows Phone 7 Series. But this feature is now making a comeback.
After a curiously long short week, we can kick off this normal weekend a bit early with some great reader questions. Happy Friday!
Confusion reigned in the wake of Microsoft’s consumer-focused Windows 10 event in January 2015.
Microsoft would celebrate the 30th anniversary of Windows with a new version that would go on to be its longest-running and most successful yet.
After a bleary and extended stay in Mexico City, I’m back in time for Memorial Day. So let’s the long weekend started a bit early.
Every year, we’re forced to revisit this topic, so why not just have some fun with it? Is the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) (still) dead?
Panos Panay appeared virtually at Computex 2022 and had some interesting things to say about Windows 11 and the PC.
By early 2014, we knew that Microsoft was racing to replace Windows 8. But first, it had to continue fixing the OS no one wanted.
I’ve somehow managed to travel to Mexico City three times this year, for a total of five weeks. But this time I left something behind. On purpose.
Happy Friday (or Feliz Viernes, I guess) from Mexico City. Our flight home was canceled, so we stayed here a few days extra.