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What Is the Dark Web and Deep Web?

You may have heard the term "dark web" used recently on TV commercials and the news. But what does it really mean? A companion term, "deep web," can introduce even more confusion.

We're here to explain. Let's look at the differences between the deep web and dark web, what these are, and what you should know about their place on the internet.

How Does Google Work?

Searching the web with Google is a part of almost everyone's daily routine. It's easy to find any information you could want in just a few keystrokes. But have you ever wondered just how search engines like Google actually work?

Let's take a look at the inner workings of Google and see how it knows how to find what you're looking for so efficiently.

Megabytes, Gigabytes, and More: Computer File Sizes Explained

You probably see terms like "megabyte" and "gigabyte" used pretty often. They show up in everything from the amount of storage your phone has to your monthly data plan and more.

But how exactly do computers arrive as these figures? Let's take a look at how computers count numbers, the most common amounts of storage, and roughly what they equate to.

How to Integrate LinkedIn and Outlook

You likely work with many different people in your job. Whether it's the people you team up with every day, or new connections you form, keeping track of them is important.

Recently, Microsoft has added LinkedIn integration to Outlook in Office 365. This lets you see LinkedIn information about contacts new and old without visiting the website.

How to Start Using Microsoft Flow’s Automated Workflows

Most people use several online apps and services in the course of their day. Wouldn't it be great if we could connect these to make them work better together?

Microsoft Flow, a tool from Microsoft, allows you to do just that. Read on for an introduction to Microsoft Flow and how it lets you created link services in amazing ways.

How to Use the Microsoft Junk Email Reporting Add-in for Outlook

Junk email, or spam, is a frustrating part of modern email. Millions of junk messages are sent every day, so it's likely that you receive some in your inbox.

While Outlook and other email clients do a good job of blocking spam automatically, Microsoft also offers a great Outlook add-in for reporting junk email.

What Is the Difference Between Phishing and Junk Mail?

Since email is so prevalent, you've probably heard the terms junk mail and phishing before. While it might seem like these two terms refer to the same type of email, this isn't the case.

Let's take a look at the differences between phishing and junk mail, and what this means for you.