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Why I Love Office 365 Personal
I've mentioned before in here, what I thought some of the advantages of a subscription to Office 365 were. Office 365 was updated this morning, and after having a couple of cups of coffee I decided to see what the update was all about. While reading through it I noticed a section called Share Files, and clicked on File Transfer. The feature has always been there I'm just a little slow on the uptake to notice it and see how it works. So for those of you that already Know about it and how to use it, move on, nothing new to see or read hear, unless you can add something? Thank you very much! That would be appreciated. I no longer have any Office programs like Excel, Word, or PowerPoint on the home screens of my Android Phone, and Kindle (9th Gen.) Fire 10. Instead, I have Office 365, along with Outlook, and OneNote. Besides looking good, it frees up clutter too. So what did I find out this morning? Well, it's a little thing called Transfer Files. Pretty nifty really. send or receive file from your computer, by simply scanning QR Code from your computer. Nice! Since Most of my file live in OneDrive I probably won't make use of this often, but for those files that live on my desktop this will make transferring them a snap. There's also another feature in that same Shared Files Group called Share Nearby, that I haven't played with yet. If you use Office 365 or is it now Microsoft 365 check it out!
Multi-Monitors - Easily choose picture for each display
Right-Click the Desktop, choose Personalize, and you can choose to use a picture as your background. Pretty straight forward, right? Now let's say you connect up a 2nd monitor and you want to have a different picture on each monitor. So you repeat the steps you did the last time, but now choosing a 2nd picture to use, and then BOOM! That 2nd picture is now on both monitors. What happened to the first picture you selected? You can see it listed among the other pictures between the "Choose your picture" and "Browse". You click on it and both monitors show only the one picture. In order to choose one of those pictures to be displayed on a certain monitor, you must Right-Click and choose "Set for monitor #" and then do the same for the 2nd picture for the 2nd monitor. Okay, sounds simple enough, right? Well, now imagine you have 4 monitors and you want a different picture for each monitor. So you go through the steps to Browse for the 4 pictures, one at a time, so that it adds them to the choice of pictures. Then you Right-click each picture and choose "Set for monitor 1", then "Set for monitor 2" and so on, until you finally have your 4 different pictures displayed on the 4 different monitors just the way you like. It took some work, but it looks great, right? Well now imagine you change your mind about 1 or 2 or even all 4 pictures. Every time you go through the steps to browse for a new picture for your background, it applies that new picture to ALL of your monitors, so then you must right-click each picture in the Background Settings windows, and select which monitor you want it displayed on. Also, the Background Settings window only displays your most recent 5 photos, so if you had your favorite 4 or 5 pictures already displayed, and then you browse for another one and didn't like it, well it's bumped one of the others off the list. So now you have to browse to find it again, and add it back to the list so that you can once more go and "Set for monitor #"
Make Windows easier to see: bigger text and mouse pointer
Make text bigger and change the size and color of your mouse pointer to see Windows better.
I can't update my computer
I keep getting: "2020-03 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1909 for x64-based Systems (KB4551762) - Error 0x80070002", when updating. I have retried a dozen times, and get the same thing. I have deleted all the content of the Download folder in the software distribution folder in Windows, but this does not help. The Troubleshooter does not find anything wrong. Does anyone know how I can fix this, or do I need to reset Windows?
Should Windows Community be an app in the Microsoft Store?
Windows Community is a website right now. But how well do you think it would do, if Microsoft decided to add it as an app on the Microsoft Store , or, if they want to go to the extreme end, what if they added it to Feedback Hub? I would totally prefer that Microsoft add this website as an app to the Microsoft Store, since I believe that it would be a great addition to the Windows Interface. The main reason that I thought that it is a good idea was mainly due to the fact that doing so will allow us to post comments, or even start conversation while we are offline, for them to go public once the computer connects to the Internet. Let me know what you think! Thanks!
Audio and camera not working after Windows 10 2004 update
Audio and camera not working after Windows 10 2004 update. Kindly d0 let me know the working solution. Thank you
Can signing in Windows device w/Outlook be a problem 🤣🤦♀
I just had to rest my device yesterday, because there is a file popping up all over the place and my device started running so bad that I almost wasn't able to reset Windows. I think I know what the file is, but I don't think my device does. Or it might and I might be completely wrong. I think there are 2 different scenarios that are going on, which I think are causing many different problems. First, I had to reset my device about 6 months ago. When I signed back in, I didn't use the gmail account that I first used to set up the device and it was setup as the administrator account, instead I use my Outlook acct. making it the admin, well my gmail is ported into my Outlook. I read online once you make an admin account that the device never forgets it, I don't know if that is true. The reason I'm saying this, is because I think my device might be recognizing that my gmail account used to be the admin on my device, because that little user icon file is showing up in my file explorer with the gmail's username by it, its never even done that with my outlook account. On the other my hand, I have what's going on with that file that's popping up everywhere, which is using up so much of my memory that I received a code on my Windows Report saying I have a memory link. Second, if I make a Microsoft account with an Outlook email, then sign into a Windows 10 device, will the Windows 10 device see or recognize the email addresses that is ported into my Outlook account? If so, can that cause any problems with the Windows 10 Device? Because of that user file, it seems like my device has recognized my gmail account as being an admin acct. on there before, but on the other hand it seems like it doesn't recognize it being ported into my Outlook acct. because I have all those user files EVERYWHERE. Any help will greatly be appreciated. So, is any of this possible or I'm a way off ? Do I just have a virus? 🤣😜🤷♀️🤦♀️🤣😜
I want to let you know what happened because it’s the first time in all my 30+ years IT life. I used to have two volumes/partitions, C: for Windows OS and E: for my data. Thursday evening I started Windows Update (only for last November 2019 cumulative update, I update very often) and shut down when finished. On Friday morning when I booted up the system I saw the Windows nice landscape photo but when I tried to login the password box was not shown, no way to login. I tried ALL possible paths (safe mode, cmd, etc.). You know what I found? Using diskpart from cmd I found a single volume/partition that was the merge of my C: and my E: data !!! dir command was showing all my C and E directories and files together in one single volume/partintion! Windows was corrupted somehow, no gpt fix, efi rebuild was successful. My SD with my Windows 10 File History was not accessible (and useless since the OS itself was corrupted). All my data were there, there was no encryption so, without any login, I saved all my data on a usb hdd with robocopy (this is very bad on a security perspective, It’s enough to have a usb stick and some time with a pc available, e.g. lunch break, and you can stole the whole data from it, easy, no password, no hack. Either Bitlocker or, even better, a 3rd parties encryption after UEFI layer is recommended. But this time I was happy I did't have bitlocker). The only solution to bring back to work the laptop was to boot from the Recovery Drive (lucky I did and had) and then restore a full image (lucky I did and had) with the old Windows 7 Backup Tool and finally robocopy back all my data (then upgrade again but not to the latest cumulative, better to wait a bit, a fix might come, then backup again). One additional note, since during the restore process I chose not to format all partitions from scratch, now I have one single partition C: with both OS and Data, I’m leaving Windows decision be the final one on how my volumes have to be on my laptop 😊
Account protection: Set your strongest Windows sign-in
Set a strong sign-in and monitor account security in Account protections.
I am trying to get a Aoozi Webcam to work.
I have a red light on but don't know how to get the green light and camera to work on my computer. It works on our windows 10, I need it for windows 8.
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However, even if you use Outlook every day, you might not know some of the cool things it can do to help you be more productive. Did you forget to attach a file? Outlook can't remind you about a task you never entered or an appointment you forgot to write down, but it can prevent you from sending an email without an attachment.
There are likely 10 more things you (and I) don’t know about OneNote. Here are 5 more things: Use OneNote to save a tree (or a forest). OneNote can be used for presenting in meetings. My favorite OneNote ad is actually a Surface Pro ad. OneNote has a ton of great short cuts to save you time.