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Aug
01

Until recently, if you were in the market for a new computer and had to decide between a laptop and a desktop, the choice was simple. The laptop versus desktop dilemma was usually decided by whether mobility or performance was more important to you. Oftentimes, students and remote workers chose laptops, while gamers and designers went for desktops.

Fortunately, computer technology has come a long way since the days of laptops with limited battery life and desktops with cumbersome hard drives and tangles of wires. Nowadays, when you choose a new computer, you really can take your needs into account.

Laptop vs. Desktop: More Choice Than Ever Before

If you enjoy the wireless mobility and touchscreen capabilities of a laptop to stay connected and quickly navigate your favorite sites, all while sipping coffee at your neighborhood café, then the Intel-inspired Ultrabook™ might be the new breed of computer that fits your life on-the-go.

For those who enjoy a near theatre-quality experience while viewing their favorite HD movies, the new all-in-one PC is a stylish alternative to the traditional home computer. It’s a popular choice for families who love getting together in their leisure time for online gaming and listening to music.

Laptop or Ultrabook™

Advances in Intel® Core™ processors, battery life, and visual displays have vastly improved the performance possibilities of laptops. Multitasking—like staying connected to your social network while preparing a report for school or work—is faster and more efficient than ever.1

For the exciting combination of a laptop with the capabilities of a tablet, including touchscreen technology and a range of screen displays from sliding to double-sided, check out the Ultrabook™ convertible.2

Laptops and Ultrabook™ with Intel® Core™ processors include:

  • Intel® Smart Connect Technology to constantly keep you updated on email and social networks
  • Intel® Rapid Start Technology3 to get you from standby to up-and-running in under seven seconds
  • Intel® Anti-Theft Technology (Intel® AT)4 to disable your laptop or Ultrabook™ if lost or stolen
  • Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT)5 to protect your identity while social networking and using the Internet

Desktop or All-in-One PC

A redesign of the desktop is moving the PC from the home office to the living room. Wireless capability and the option of a 27-inch wall-mountable monitor make the all-in-one PC a popular choice with families who want less clutter and simple elegance. The result is more performance.

Everyone, from serious gamers to parents who enjoy streaming their favorite family-friendly programs, will appreciate the improved performance of Intel® Core™ processors in desktops and all-in-one PCs.

Choose What Fits

Today, the laptop versus desktop choice is more than a product comparison—it’s a question of knowing your lifestyle. So take a moment and consider all the work, entertainment, and social networking activities you use a computer for and you’ll be well prepared to find a device that fits your life.

The Intel Product Finder can help you decide between laptop, desktop, Ultrabook™, or tablet.

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Jul
24

Office 365 Renewal

Renew today and you won’t lose any time remaining on your existing subscription

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Office 365 FAQ

Q: How do I renew my Office 365 Home or Personal subscription?

A: First, check your auto renew setting by signing in to www.office.com/myaccount. Look under “Payment and Billing” to see if automatic renewal is set to “On.” If automatic renewal is set to “On,” your subscription will renew automatically. If automatic renewal is set to “Off,” go here and select the Office 365 version you want to renew.
Important note: Make sure that you use the same Microsoft account that you used when setting up your original subscription. Any time you have remaining will be automatically added to your existing subscription. If you use a different Microsoft account, you will be creating a new subscription.

Q: Will I lose any time if I renew early?

A: No. When you renew early to the same Office 365 subscription that you already have, the additional time is added to your existing subscription. For example, if you have two months left on your current subscription to Office 365 Home and you buy a 1 year renewal, 12 months will be added and your subscription will be good for 14 months.
Important note: Make sure that you use the same Microsoft account that you used when setting up your original subscription. Any time you have remaining will be automatically added to your existing subscription. If you use a different Microsoft account, you will be creating a new subscription.

Q: If I am renewing an existing subscription, do I need to re-download or re-install Office on my devices?

A: No, but if you want to add Office on a new device or deactivate it on a device you already own, you can do so fromwww.office.com/myaccount.

Q: Can I switch from a yearly to a monthly subscription plan when I renew?

A: Yes. You’ll be immediately charged for 1 month of service, which will be added to your remaining subscription. Once your remaining subscription time is over, you’ll be charged monthly.

Q: Can I switch from Office 365 Home to Office 365 Personal when I renew?

A: If you have a subscription to Office 365 Home that has not yet expired and you renew by purchasing Office 365 Personal, your Office 365 Home subscription will immediately switch to Office 365 Personal. You will not lose any subscription time, but you will only be allowed to install Office on as many devices as your new Office 365 Personal subscription allows —1 PC or Mac, plus 1 tablet. As a result, you may be required to deactivate Office 365 on devices that cause you to exceed that limit.
Important note: You will not be provided a refund or extra time when you convert from Office 365 Home to Office 365 Personal before your Office 365 Home subscription has ended. You can choose to wait until your Office 365 Home subscription expires before renewing with Office 365 Personal.

Q: How do I find out how much time I have left on my current subscription?

A: Go to www.office.com/myaccount and sign in. Look in the Payment and Billing section at the bottom to see when your current subscription expires or automatically renews.

Q: How do I manage my Office 365 subscription, including payment information and devices?

A: Visit www.office.com/myaccount to manage your subscription, change payment information, install or remove Office from PCs or Macs, and manage your installations of Office on other devices.

Q: What happens if I buy or renew multiple Office 365 subscriptions using the same Microsoft account?

A: Your Microsoft account can have only one subscription associated with it. If you use the same Microsoft account to buy or renew multiple Office 365 subscriptions before each one has expired, you will add the cumulative time to your subscription, up to a maximum of 5 years. Note that doing so does not increase the number of devices that you can install Office on or increase the amount of online storage that is available with the subscription.

Q: What happens if my subscription ends and I haven’t renewed yet?

A: If auto-renew is not enabled for your subscription, as the expiration date approaches, you will receive notifications in the Office applications and via email, alerting you to the upcoming expiration. If you choose to let your subscription expire, the Office software applications enter read-only mode, which means that you can view or print existing documents, but you can’t edit them or create new ones. To return to full Office functionality, you can purchase a new version of Office by visiting www.microsoftstore.com. You could also use Office Online for free for basic editing.

Q: If my subscription is set to automatically renew, will I be notified before I’m charged?

A: If you have a yearly subscription, you’ll get an email from us before you’re charged. If you have a monthly subscription, your payment will be automatically debited each month, and you will not be notified in advance. You can change your payment method or cancel your subscription at any time by signing in to www.office.com/myaccount with the Microsoft account that you used to set up the subscription.

Q: What do I do if I need help?

A: Just call us at 1-877-696-7786 – we’re happy to help with renewal, download, installation and more.

Office 365 Renewal

Renew your Office 365 subscription with ease at Microsoft. Get access to always-updated software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, that’s optimized across your devices — you can get anywhere access to your stuff and do more on the go.
Whether you need to create professional documents for work, school, or personal use, Microsoft has the tools to help. When you renew your Office 365 subscription, you’ll get the full Microsoft Office experience, including Office 2016 for PC and Mac. With your favorite Office applications, like Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, plus 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage and every new upgrade included, you’ll always have the most up-to-date versions of applications as soon as they’re available. To help you stay connected, your Office 365 renewal also gives you 60 minutes of Skype calling per month. And with expert Office technical support from Microsoft Answer Desk included, you can get the help you need when you need it.
Best of all, renewing Office 365 is a snap. With the option to renew your Office 365 subscription monthly or annually, finding the right solution for the way you work is simple. And because Office 365 renewal notices are sent via email, we make it easy to know when it’s time to renew your subscription. Of course, you can always sign into your Microsoft account to see how much time is left on your subscription and renew when it suits you best. If you have trouble renewing, our Microsoft help team members are always here to help.

May
04

hp_elitebook_820Business Ultrabooks don’t have to be homely. In fact, they don’t even have to run Windows 8, if Windows 7 is your company’s cup of tea. The HP EliteBook 820 is a good looking Ultrabook that shares a hint of design DNA with HP’s attractive consumer Ultrabooks like the Spectre 13. Unlike consumer models, the EliteBook is extremely easy to upgrade–heck it’s designed to be opened up for upgrades. No need to fiddle with obscure tiny screws or adhesive strips.  It also has more ports than you’ll find on the average consumer 12.5″ to 13.3″ Ultrabook. Even better, while business machines are often priced much higher than consumer models, a decently equipped 820 costs just $874. So what’s the catch? Like many business laptops, the screen lacks the boldness and clarity of consumer models, and there’s no touch screen on most models (HP does list it as a build to order option). Continue Reading…

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Feb
24
broken-monitor-screen-like-iphone-widescreenBroken Monitor Screen like iphone Widescreen Picture. How to set “Broken Monitor Screen like iphone Widescreen Picture” on your desktop? to save Broken Monitor Screen like iphone Widescreen Pictureon your desktop in OS Continue Reading…

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Feb
23

Apple, one of the biggest laptop makers in the world, has unexpectedly lowered the pricing of its MacBook line-up of laptops while at the same time boosting the specifications.

15-inch-mac book-proThe decision was taken mainly because of the fact that MacBooks didn’t went off the shelves as well in the important holiday season as expected.

13 and 15 inch Macbook Pro

The 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina display and 128GB storage now costs a much more affordable $1499 down from $1699 while the 256GB version saw its price trimmed Continue Reading…

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Mar
08

HP Pro Book Laptop 4530s Review & SpecsEquipped to get the job done

Gain strong processor capabilities, wireless functionality and a 15.6-inch or 17.3-inch diagonal HD display.

Stylish design

Secure access to your information using optional HP Face Recognition or fingerprint-reading technology, and protect your notebook, and its sensitive data, with Continue Reading…

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Feb
07

Structurally Sound for Peace of Mind

The new line of Tecra laptop computers is designed
using a fiberglass reinforced chassis with honeycomb
rib structure for improved durability and increased
rigidity.
It also integrates a Pillar technology that enhances
the keyboard typing experience.

Intel®’s Latest Core Technology

The new Tecra line of laptops now comes with 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor Family. These new processors feature improved adaptive performance that adds speed when you need it and built-in visual capabilities for a better PC experience you can see.
Now available in three performance levels; Core i3, i5 and i7 Continue Reading…

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