The Microsoft Princess offers up a better way to navigate Windows desktop visual pollution.
The sharing options within Windows 8.1 could save you some time.
Windows 8 includes built in features designed to help parent monitor their children’s online activity.
Microsoft is working to ‘read your mind’ to help strengthen passwords.
How to decide which type of Office 365 license is right for you.
A little know tool that could come in handy when deploying Windows 8.1.
Where does SkyDrive start and where does SharePoint end? The Microsoft Princess helps explain the Microsoft Online Storage options.
You can dance in Windows 8 and its as easy as 3 steps: snap, shake, and drop to the floor.
The final countdown is on for Windows XP users. What kind of headache will the migration to Windows 8 really be?
The Microsoft Princess shares 8 ways Microsoft is attempting to smooth the bumpiness of Windows 8 – with Windows 8.1.
The Microsoft Princess shares 16 of the most popular apps available now in the Microsoft App Store for FREE.
The Microsoft Princess points us to a ‘little secret’ built into the Windows 8.1 task bar.
Credit Microsoft for making significant improvements in Windows 8.1 & including technology that allows you to easily project from a PC to a TV screen.
Not everyone is familiar with the time saving features of the Windows 8 Start Menu. The Microsoft Princess takes you on a tour of a new tiled window to the world.
The 4 ‘hot’ corners of the Windows 8 main screen can calm your computing nerves.
This tip shows that searching Windows 8 is far easier than you might have realized.
After training thousands on Windows 8 since the day of launch, I’ve come to realize that the start button is more of a crutch than providing a true purpose.
Windows 8 has sold over 100 million licenses since its debut on October 26, 2012, but that doesn’t mean everyone who has it found their way on day one.