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Write on the web with Edge
Personalize your browsing experience. Take notes, write, doodle, and highlight directly on webpages with Microsoft Edge, Surface pen, and Windows Ink.
Make a White list and a Black List Tab for emails.
This came to me in my sleep last night. Spam and Malware is so rampant it drives me crazy. How about making a Tab that allows us to sort our mail into a white list (Email we always want to receive) and all others into a Black List (Emails we want deleted permanently the moment we receive them.) This would help keep our email account clean and stop a lot of annoying time going through everything each time we receive the same junk over and over again. I know we have spam folders and you can just go to the site and request to be removed but that takes a lot of time and at times wasted effort. This way we control what we want to see and stop the headache of having to constantly delete the junk we don't. On the email we are not sure of we can always put into a review later folder. This will cut down on a lot of unnecessary emails and clutter.
Windows Narrator reads screens for people with low vision
Windows Narrator, a full-featured screen reader, is one of numerous assistive tools and features built in to Windows. Learn how to personalize it to your preferences.
How to read tech specs and choose the right PC for your needs
Make shopping for a new PC less intimidating. Use this guide to decipher technical specifications and determine your needs.
What's your favorite feature in Edge?
As a long time Chrome user, my favorite feature (by far!) of Edge is being able to ink directly on the screen. With my Surface pen I love being able to hit that inking button and circle my favorite parts of an article. This is super helpful whenever i'm researching a new place to vacation too! Have ya'll ever used inking? or is there any other hidden gems in Edge other should know about? -nik SVA @ Microsoft Store
Accessibility Features in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update
There are number of new accessibility features built into the latest 2004 update. Based on user feedback, we have made Narrator easier to use and you can now use Magnifier to start reading text out loud. See this blog post for more detail: https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/05/21/whats-coming-in-windows-10-accessibility/. We'd love to hear what you think Anne Budd and the rest of the community.
I've been mainly using Bing for the past 3 months on Windows
I've been mainly using Bing search engine in the last 3 months. this is my honest opinion. I enjoy Bing more than Google because Bing has a better layout, Bing has so much more features, like when I want to reverse image search, It shows me the name of the person in the picture or in cases where there is a text in the picture, it uses OCR (Optical Character Recognition) to let me copy the text from the pic and automatically search for it. Bing also gives me lots of categories in image searches. I did a side by side comparison of a subject just yesterday. in Google there was no categories to suggest but Bing suggested lots of categories at top, they were so specific that I was surprised how far it went. Bing has Microsoft Rewards and what it means is that you get points when you do normal searches, you don't need to go to Bing Rewards dashboard to do any additional tasks, but if you want you can and get even more points. These points accumulate and once they reach a certain amount, you can redeem them for a wide range of prizes. I usually redeem them monthly to get free Xbox game pass which I can use to play all news AAA games on PC and Xbox. so basically I always and forever have free game subscription. Bing is integrated into Cortana on Windows 10 which means I don't have to open a browser to type anything, I simply press Windows key and start typing and it shows me search results, when I click on a result, it opens it on the new Edge browser which is my default browser and it's also better than Google Chrome for a long list or reasons. (de-googled browser, Tracking Prevention, Collections, Reading view and all of its features, Read Aloud with custom natural voice etc etc..). Bing also gives me peace of mind knowing that my data and privacy is being handled by a company that revolves around providing services and not data mining. Bing has really and i mean REALLY improved in the last few years and that's why I'm writing this because I'm simply impressed.
Staying safe on public Wi-Fi
Public Wi-Fi networks pose security risks that are avoidable with these safety tips.
Simplify your email with the Windows Mail app
Ready to stop signing in to multiple ad-cluttered websites to get your email? Here's how to get started with Mail, a Windows 10 app that combines access to all of your emails, folders and calendars into one convenient and simple app.
Friends Email Problem
I have a friend in the "Bible Thumpin" South that I get email from. Lately though I've been getting emails from her name but with a totally fictitious email address. I alerted her to the problem and she said that she would get with her tech people down there an have them look into it. Last week, I got another one, but this one was to me at an email address that I only used for less than a month when I first when on Facebook to get info on out upcoming class reunion. It was an oops moment using that email address and I changed it within a short time. That was telling me that whoever is spoofing her if using her Facebook account friends. Agree? I again alerted her. Received an email back and she replied that her HP guys couldn't tell her why that was happening, and that no one else had said anything. She's running Windows 10 and has her email @Yahoo.com. "Light bulb" going off... She needs to call Yahoo or Verizon not HP! So besides the usual virus scans yadda yadda. Anything else I can have check.... More minds are better than one. Thanks All
At the top corner of the browser window, select Settings and more > Favorites > Other favorites > Reading list saves. Note: If you see an empty Reading list saves folder on a synced device, do not delete it as this will delete the reading list from the device where this data was imported. Tabs you set aside. These web sites are saved in your ...
With Reading List, you can easily track and manage all of the content you want to get back to later in a beautiful display. You can share content to your list from the web or from other apps and easily come back to it when you have more time. Whatever you like to read or watch, the app makes it easy to save, find and get back to things you like ...
Reading list - where can I find my list I can add items to the reading list by swiping in from the right. Great, but how do I then view my list so that I can see the item I just saved only a minute or two ago? This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Reading List gone after Microsoft Edge update the morning. This AM I awoke to an updated NEW Microsoft Edge. Now my reading list, which I had last night, is gone. How do I find this. Thanks! This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Reading List GONE!!!! I do not like this change. I like the speed of the updated browser, but removing both the Reading View and all my pages save to my reading list SUCKS! Why do you remove the good features? How do I roll back to the previous version? I'll take less speed to get the features back.