Over the past few years, Hotmail has been sort of a running gag in internet circles. Along with Internet Explorer, it was the butt of countless jokes. Well not anymore, Hotmail is back with a completely new look and feel! Microsoft has reinvented the once popular e-mail
The end of the year is approaching fast and big products are set to be launched. Microsoft has set the release for Windows 8 on October 26, 2012 and according to sources, Windows Phone 8 devices will also be launched around the same time. You can check
Incorrectly displayed icons are some of the most common yet annoying problems a Windows user can face and the fix is simple, rebuild icon cache. Users who frequently apply transformation packs/themes and the like run into this problem. What usually happens is, icons displayed on any part
It’s finally official, Microsoft Office 2013 has been announced and will probably release early next year. The last version of the world’s most used productivity was released 3 years ago and is starting to show it’s age. Microsoft’s new minimalism mantra introduced with the Metro interface is
Windows Phone 7 was launched in late 2010 to surprisingly positive reviews. Unlike Microsoft’s previous mobile operating systems (Windows Mobile), Windows Phone was geared more towards commercial than business use. It debuted with the refreshing new Metro interface which will be seen in the future Windows 8.
Many people have a lot of doubts in copying the files from Windows Phone to a PC. Usually we all expect a USB plug and play feature in a advance smartphone like Nokia Lumia 800. But unfortunately, this feature is not available in Windows Mobile 7.5. Yes,
Today CoolPCTips will list out the best antivirus for Windows 7 and older versions. A while ago, we documented the top internet security suites. They offer more features and addons, but tend to be more expensive. Not everyone might need all these features and so we’re going
Windows 8 is inching closer to release with the introduction of different previews over the last few months. As covered in our previous article, the Windows 8 Developer Preview looked promising and the Consumer Preview more so. Microsoft’s usual Alpha, Beta then RC (Release Candidate) strategy for