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Telegram users rocking a Windows desktop will want to grab the latest update. Among other things, the ability to edit text and messages, from anywhere, for up to two days after they’re sent. The “other things” eluded to above include: Inline bot shortcuts can now be found in the attachment menu Mentions by typing “@” and selecting them from a list Furthermore, Windows Phone users get the above updated features as well as the ability to find inline bot shortcuts via the attachment menu  and faster searching of friends/users/contacts via the “People List” in search. Messaging clients are a dime…

Via: Windows Central

Have you ever been in a situation where you go to paste something from your clipboard and what you need is not there?  I know I have! Microsoft has a solution: Microsoft OneClip! OneClip is a cross-platform cloud application for Windows 10, Windows Phone, iOS, OSX, and Android.  Currently it’s labeled as an internal beta, however, you can download the application on a Windows Phone device. Microsofts description of the application: With OneClip, it’s easy to get back to the stuff you’ve seen and used. It might be a photo you took, a screenshot you made, a phone number or…

Source: Windows Central

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If you’ve been using (or attempted to use) the Google Hangouts Mac app, you no doubt have experienced how absolutely awful it was. While we’ll forgo asking ourselves how/why Google would ever release something like that to the public, it still makes us think… how long can this madness go on? Apparently, today is the end of the road. But in a good way. As you can see above, it’s a much nicer layout. Really, it’s the version that Google should have released in the first place, or if it really wasn’t ready, hold off and release now. Alas, Mac…

Happy Microsoft Day! Microsoft is starting off 2015 right. After you see the contents of their keynote from earlier today, you’ll understand why. Needless to say, if you’re a Microsoft/Windows/Windows Phone/Xbox fan, there’s a lot to be excited about. Shall we…? Windows 10 Ah, yes. Windows 10. If you haven’t been using the Windows 10 developer preview (that Microsoft released a few months back), most of today’s visual gloriousness is new to you. For starters, anyone from Windows 7 onward can get Windows 10 for free — for the first year. After the first year of availability, well, we’ll have…

Technology has helped make a lot of modern day processes and tasks more streamlined, easier and more fun. Take for example, the task of learning a new language. What used to be a very tedious, monotonous task full of flash cards, boring reading and books upon books full of text has blossomed into a very rich, engaging experience. Services online like Duolingo and Memrise are just two of countless examples of the barriers to learning another language being broken down. But as awesome as many of these now available tools are, sometimes you want/need translation help right now. You don’t…

Windows is a complicated beast. It’s open to anyone and everyone meaning each and every experience can be custom tailored. The downside, of course, is that maintaining performance (either by the end user or professional PC repairmen) becomes exponentially more difficult and convoluted. A growing number of people know how to tweak Windows’ inner settings to extract the most performance out of Redmond’s OS. But for a still very large group of people, keeping Windows in tip-top shape as well as customizing the core OS to suit personal tastes is a trip into the unknown. TuneUp Utilities has been on…