Windows Phone And Android – What’s The Difference?

Windows Mobile

If you own a smartphone – and even if not – you know the endless discussions about the pros and cons of owning an iPhone or other iOS device compared to any device that runs with Android. However, those are not the only options you have! Next to Blackberry, Windows Phone is an operating system available for a number of mobile phones. Whether it’s an option for you or not is your very own decision, however

Document Files Microsoft Windows Programs can open

Microsoft Word

In a former blog post we have looked at all kinds of media files that can be opened by programs that come with Microsoft Windows like the Movie Player or Photo Viewer. Today, our focus is on document and spreadsheet files that are native to the Microsoft Office Suit or can at least be opened by these Windows programs. So, even when you are using another Open Source Office Suit, people using Microsoft Word or

Media Files supported by Windows Software

Windows

There are many free programs you can use to watch videos, listen to audio files, or view pictures and images with. Yet, not many people feel comfortable downloading and installing unknown software – especially since some can’t even open all formats. After having had a look at native Apple files before, we will have a look at media files that are supported by Windows native programs this time. We will concentrate on Media files like videos,