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Happy Friday! If you’re interested in kicking off the weekend a bit early, here’s a notably long episode of Ask Paul to pass the time.
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Happy Friday! Once again, let’s kick off the weekend a bit early with another great set of Windows questions.
It’s the Ides of July, or something, so let’s kick off the weekend early again with another great set of reader questions.
While it’s not too late for Microsoft to avoid disaster, I feel like it’s going to fall into the same old trap of trying to please everyone with Windows 11.
Happy Friday! It’s been another slog despite the short week here in the U.S., so let’s get the weekend started early with some great reader questions.
I was running Windows 11 on all of my daily-use PCs before Microsoft even released the first official preview, and I’ve continued to expand its use since.
America celebrates Independence Day this weekend, so let’s get the holiday weekend started early with another great round of reader questions.
Lost in all the excitement and controversy around Windows 11 is the little OS that could, Windows 10, and its 1.3 billion users.
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With Microsoft announcing a major new version of Windows for the first time in several years, it’s not surprising where this week’s questions lean.
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One of the more common reactions I’ve seen online to the Windows 11 leak is that it’s just “lipstick on a pig.” This view is incorrect.
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Woah! Here’s a great collection of excellent questions from readers, so settle in and let’s get the weekend started a bit early.
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With five weeks of travel behind me, I can finally enjoy a quiet weekend at home. So let’s get it kicked off early with some great reader questions.
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