Tina Sieber

Tina Sieber

Tina is a freelance writer with a background in natural sciences. Writing about technology was a hobby that turned into a way to finance other passions, including live music, traveling, and going back to school to study sustainability. Tina is presently based in Berlin, Germany.

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This is how OneDrive works in Windows 10

In Windows 10, OneDrive is turning into a central sync and storage hub that offers robust compatibility across apps, devices, and platforms. Here's how to make the most of the feature on your Windows-based machine.
Computing

Windows Media Center is dead, but there is no shortage of media centers to take its place.

Windows 10 won't support Windows Media Center, and anyone upgrading will lose it. Whether you primarily used Windows Media Center to play DVDs and Blu-Rays or whether you had a serious media center setup, you can choose from many…
Computing

Will free upgrades wreck Windows 10 for geeks?

Windows 10 will be a lot more like OS X than people realize and not everyone will like it. Microsoft is changing the way updates are delivered. Most users won't be able to delay or defer feature updates, including promotional apps.
Computing

Can Microsoft outsmart Google in search?

Microsoft's search engine has had a hard time competing with Google, but that may be changing. With Cortana, search is becoming more convenient and personal. Could she tip the scales in Bing's favor?
Computing

The Windows Store is slowly improving, but after almost three years shouldn't it be better?

The Windows app Store has been a mess. Visually, the re-designed Store (beta) is an improvement and Microsoft is creating the conditions for better apps. Microsoft apparently listened to feedback Will developers listen up, too?
Computing

Getting to grips with the Settings app, Windows 10's version of Control Panel

Control Panel applets are being simplified as Microsoft is moving them into the redesigned Settings app. This transfer highlights the delicate balancing act between making systems controls more accessible on touch devices, while preserving…