ADDED To Bookmarks4Techs: Windowsreport.com – Important news, tips and various advice for PC owners.

Windowsreport.com – An independent online publication founded in the Fall of 2012 that covers Microsoft’s Windows platform along with its many related products and services, all with the aim of contextualizing the wider implications of their development in the world of technology.


This website was added to the “Bookmarks4Techs Collection” (on 10/16/19) based on the quality of content and frequency of posting. If you see that this site is no longer active, please contact me so that I can rectify the matter.

What You Might Have Missed in March | Ask a Tech Teacher

In case you have not been following, “Ask A Tech Teacher“, here is a rundown of the “Most Read” posts for the month of March:

  1. 33 Resources for Read Across America Day
  2. Teaching Basic Cybersecurity Measures To Everyday People (For Parents of Digital Natives)
  3. How Readilearn grew from one woman’s dream to an exciting education resource
  4. How Smart Tech and IoT are Making Educational Spaces More Accessible
  5. Humorous Look at What I Learned from my Computer
  6. Peer Feedback That Works
  7. The Importance of SEL to Education Success
  8. April is Financial Literacy Month
  9. Why Mastery Based Learning is a Good Option
  10. Fake News or Fact? How do you tell?
  11.  Ways to Teach Tolerance
  12. Solve 50% of Tech Problems with 16 Simple Solutions

Source: What You Might Have Missed in March | Ask a Tech Teacher

Featured Tech Site: Digital Citizen | 8 ways to take screenshots in Windows, using built-in tools

Digital Citizen has posted an article on how to take screenshots using the tools that are already built into Windows (see the article’s source link below).

For example, I learned that you can take a screenshot of an active window, that you have opened, by pressing Alt + PrtScn on your keyboard. The captured result, of just the window, is then saved to your clipboard.

This is only a sampling of many of the great articles that Digital Citizen has posted… I encourage you to bookmark their site.

How to take screenshots in Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, on all kind of devices, from desktop PCs, to laptops, to convertible devices like Microsoft Surface.

Source: 8 ways to take screenshots in Windows, using built-in tools | Digital Citizen

To see more sites, like Digital Citizen, I encourage you to visit Bookmarks4Techs where you will find one of the largest listings of tech sites on the internet… Stay tuned for more featured sites (and articles)!

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