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If Word, Excel, Outlook or one of the other products in Microsoft's Office suite is giving you a terminal error or has gone a bit wonky, one easy thing you can do to try and fix this is attempt an Office repair. This article will explain how to do that in Windows 10 and 11.

In our blog last month, we mentioned a proposed new EU law that will compel Apple to allow other rival web browsers on their iThings. This month, reports suggest we will soon be seeing the effects of a previous EU ruling across the whole iOS range that will have a big impact on how those devices will be charged in the future.

We've mentioned a few times recently that Microsoft have been working on a brand new "built from the ground up" version of Outlook over the last few months, which will eventually replace the current version. They have now released a beta version of the app to the general public, which means we can now see broadly how this new version will look and work.

In news for users of Microsoft's venerable operating system, they have trailed the fact that, in the coming months, they will be introducing tabbed navigation to the File Explorer window. In this article, we briefly outline what will be changing exactly, and how it may be useful to many Windows users.

According to recent reports, legislation is currently being finalised that will force Apple to allow iOS users to fully run browsers other than Safari in the EU, at least (and therefore likely also the UK as well if past EU rulings on similar matters since we've left are any guage).

If you've ever found yourself watching a long Youtube video and finding a particular bit of it, perhaps minutes in, that you'd like to link to directly to other people but don't know how, this is the HowTo for you! This process is pretty simple, but not necessarily obvious if you don't know the feature is there.

It's probably not something that most people think about much, or are even necessarily aware of, but almost all of us are now browsing the web either with Google's Chrome browser, or a browser based on the same code. Does that matter? Well, the last time this happened, it didn't end well...

It's that time of the year again - Microsoft have provided some details on the new features that are coming to Windows 11 in the next big update to the operating system, currently scheduled to be released to the general public at some point in the last few months of the year. So, what changes can we expect to see?

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