Continuing with Surface Pro 3, Microsoft this week released the official getting started online guide and user manual for the tablet. However, the company removed the Surface Pro 3 User Manual for its website due to the fact that the content inside of the document revealed information about Surface Mini. The software giant also makes available Internet Explorer Developer Channel, a version of IE meant for developers and enthusiast to test drive features that the company may include in future released of the web browser. After installing June’s Patch Tuesday update on Office 2013, many users reported that they weren’t able to launch any Office application. The company is aware of the problem and it offered a workaround until a permanent fix is released. Finally I published a new Windows 8.1 How To guide to resolve the “Pending” status issue while installing or updating apps. All this and more… Welcome to Pureinfotech: Tech Recap edition. Each weekend I will bring you a compilation of articles of the week, including how-to guides, features, tech news, and more. This is simply a list with a brief description of pieces you might have missed or you might just want to read again.

Must have resources getting started with Surface Pro 3 Microsoft confirms Surface Mini by mistake Surface Pro 3 sales begins: time to replace your laptop Microsoft releases first Surface Pro 3 firmware update day before official launch The evolution of Surface Pro (video) How to fix ‘Pending’ status while updating or installing Windows 8.1 apps How to fix Office 2013 when apps won’t start after applying update Internet Explorer gets Developer Channel version to test upcoming features Microsoft fixes annoying Surface Pro 3 home button problem, update is on the way

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