Excel for the iPad packs a lot of power into a fast and slick tablet app, but when it comes to serious number crunching, it won’t be replacing the desktop version any time soon.
Word is a superbly designed and aesthetically impressive word processor for the iPad, and it’s a must-have for iPad-owning Microsoft Office users.
PowerPoint is an impressive enough app which sits nicely on the iPad, but the Office 365 subscription requirement for editing hampers it.
Here’s another article in our series of Office tips, this time bringing you some hints on the basics such as using Transparent Preview in Publisher.
We’ve got some more Office 2010 tips for you today – this time it’s a small batch of tricks to help you eke the most out of the suite.
If you’ve got a problem with your PC, Mac, or a troublesome piece of software, there are plenty of online resources you can turn to for help.
The new version of Apple’s presentation app remains a powerful beast of a program, but sadly there are some missing features.
The new version of Numbers boasts a smart new interface and collaboration options, but it has temporarily shed some advanced features.
OS X is still the best consumer desktop OS around, with Mavericks being smooth, reliable, and offering tight integration with iOS 7.
If you’re looking to run Windows or Linux apps under OS X, VMware Fusion is the slickest and most unobtrusive program around.
We’ve spent some hands-on time with the new Mavericks OS, and the good news is it’s better and faster than its predecessor.
Here's another in our series of articles focusing on OS X, in which we disprove the myth that it’s a more closed system than Windows.
As an advanced website editor, Dreamweaver is the only serious choice when it comes to building up-to-date multiplatform websites.
FreeOffice is faster and more intuitive than its free competitor LibreOffice, but on an overall level, it's not quite as powerful.
LibreOffice 4 may be a bit clunky and outdated, but it's undeniably powerful and full-featured, not to mention completely free.
If you present in Windows you need PowerPoint. And if you need PowerPoint, you need PowerPoint 2013. It's as simple as that!
Still by far and away the most powerful worksheet application, Excel is the top dog when it comes to manipulating numeric data.
After web browsers, Word is the most-used app on the planet. And it's still very much the platinum standard in word processing.
Despite some minor glitches, Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery is a powerful tool when it comes to recovering lost data.
Office 365 Home Premium is a sterling effort with a host of subtle improvements within, although it’s weak on the touchscreen front.
Apple's OS hides some of its complexity from users... much of it behind the Option key. We unlock its secrets in this article.
This recovery package from Stellar boasts a solid array of features, but is it as powerful as some of the more polished competition?