Tag: Windows 10

Review: Huawei MateBook can’t stand up

By Ted Kritsonis

Huawei may not be a brand that comes to mind when thinking of an alternative to the iPad, but the MateBook is designed to be just that. A tablet with impressive specs and the flexibility to act as a laptop replacement, the device promises great performance, yet falls short on usability.

Windows 10’s free upgrade period ends tomorrow

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
This means if you’ve had the option to upgrade Windows 10 but have let it lapse, then you will not be able to upgrade in the future unless you purchase a copy or key of Windows 10. Windows 10 Home will cost $149.00 CAD after the free upgrade period.

Microsoft bows out of consumer mobile, writes off $7.2 billion Nokia acquisition

Microsoft’s Windows Phone has less than 1 per cent of the global smartphone market and even if the company has managed to somehow integrate Windows 10’s features and applications on a limited scale, it seems that this isn’t enough for the company to keep rallying behind an evaporating market share.

Back to School laptops within your budget

By Ted Kritsonis

Buying a laptop truly is an investment when it comes to students and their schooling. The device should last for this school year and beyond as a workhorse that helps a student stay informed and productive all at once. Since laptops come at different price points, here are a handful that are worth a look within different budget limits.

Using Windows 10 on laptops and 2-in-1’s

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Windows 10 has been out for less than a week and is touted as the best version of Windows for laptops and 2-in-1 devices. I decided to install and test the new OS.