Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
Microsoft has added some great new features to Office, including a tablet-friendly user interface. Let's take a look at what's new in Word 2013, Excel 2013, Outlook 2013, and OneNote 2013.
Steve Ballmer pulls back the curtain on a touchscreen-friendly Office 2013.
SkyDox Business Edition offers a host of easy-to-use tools for file sharing and collaboration.
First, they revolutionized smartphones. Now, app stores for Macs and Windows PCs are changing the way we work on laptops and desktops--for better and for worse.
Through the uniquely simple Sciral Consistency, you can manage your routines and repetitive tasks without rigid deadlines.
PhraseExpress corrects spelling, expands acronyms, and even does math.
With TimeSnapper you can record your computer use and play it back to evaluate your productivity.
A version of Chrome for iOS also was announced during the second day keynote for the company's Google I/O conference.
Storing your knowledge, boosting your memory, and creating your own wiki are a little easier with the help of these services for your computer or mobile device.
Sanebox is a truly useful tool for restoring sanity to the craziest of inboxes.
With the right set of apps, your Android tablet can become an indispensable part of your mobile work arsenal. Here are the tools you need.
This free download is especially useful when you need to work with locked PDF documents.
Kingsoft Office Suite delivers robust word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations for a fraction of the cost of Microsoft Office.
This Word add-in provides advice and tips to improve your business writing.
X-Mouse Button Control gives you new ways to use your mouse.