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New Computer Transfer
How do I connect my new computer to my old one and transfer everything to it?
Back up with Windows to safeguard your information
Don't lose important or irreplaceable information if something happens to your device. Backing up your information is important and even painless, with tools provided in Windows 10.
Device security: Security that comes built into your device
Windows Security protects your device all the way down to the core hardware and software that make it run. Please check the latest device security settings in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. If you are using previous versions of Windows 10, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/device-security-protection-for-your-most-central-systems/6V8ah4LnDFc
Shutting down, restarting, or hibernating your PC
To shut down your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Shut down. To restart your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Restart. To put your PC to sleep: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Sleep. To hibernate your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Hibernate. Notes and Tips: - If you enable Hybrid Sleep before putting your PC to sleep, it writes information to a disk, and then turns it off. If a power loss occurs, turning your PC back on will restore information that was written to a disk before it was put to sleep. - For fast start-up to work, your PC must have hibernation enabled. Check with Power Options in Control Panel. - You can also right-click Start and then point to Shut down or sign out. - You can use Power Options in Control Panel to configure your PC's power button or keyboard's sleep button to do other things like shutting down your PC or putting it to sleep. - If you have a laptop, it'll hibernate itself automatically after it's been to sleep for amount of time that you set in Power Options, found in Control Panel or Settings. - If your PC uses InstantGo (also known as Connected Standby), its screen will turn itself off if not used for a long time and continue performing background tasks like updating apps and syncing emails. There's no need to shut down your InstantGo-compatible PC, but if you wish to, hold the power button for four or five seconds, and then slide down from the top of the screen to shut down. - If any pending updates need to restart your PC, clicking Shut Down from the Power icon on the Start menu will configure updates in a first phase, restart your PC, configure updates again in a last phase, and then turn your PC off. - Some devices like keyboard and mouse may wake your PC up from sleep. To put a stop to this, go to Device Manager and check whatever device will wake your PC up from sleep.
How do I backup my IPAD to Windows OneDrive?
I have an annual subscription through Office 360, which includes 1 TB of space on OneDrive. Is there a way to backup my Apple IPAD to Onedrive?
Office Lens: Giving you a scanner in your pocket
Learn how to use Office Lens to turn paper documents and handwritten notes into digital content at your fingertips.
Virus & threat protection: Keep Defender antivirus at full strength
Check on your Windows Defender antivirus protection, and keep it strong.
Is the Collections feature not available yet? I have tried several times to use it but, it is not working for me. Seems pretty simple and straightforward so, maybe i am just missing something? Thanks!
Login to Microsoft Account without entering Password
Hi Everyone, I would like to share you little trick with Microsoft Account (including the one you used to login to this website) and it is you are able to login in Microsoft Account without entering username and password. To do that you will need to do some setup on your Microsoft Account which are posted here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4463210/windows-10-sign-in-microsoft-account-windows-hello-security-key After that use Microsoft Edge and visit any website where it asked for Microsoft Account and then in menu click on "Sign in with a security key" and follow steps to login. Enjoy passwordless login
Microsoft MAIL App and Account explanation on Side toolbar
Curious if someone can explain very simply exactly the ways in which the accounts are being structured for the end-user on the side toolbar inside the Windows MAIL app? I see a couple of "Accounts" if that's what the correct term for it is. Under each account I see "Calendars" If that is correct as well. So my main questions is this- I see: -Cortana -Microsoft Account -Outlook Each one has an enclosed downward facing arrow! Upon expanding the Microsoft account I see Calendar, and when I go to Outlook I see Calendar. I hope that the sentence alone shows my confusion? Please explain how I as an end user should be understanding this structure so i am able to use it to my favor and incorporate some sort of workflow without getting to overly explanatory. Thanks for your time.
To find Sync settings, select the Start, then select Settings > Accounts > Sync your settings. To stop syncing your settings and remove them from the cloud, turn off synced settings on all the devices connected to your Microsoft account. Once this is done, you'll need to remove it from your account.
In the top corner of the browser window, select Settings and more, or use the keyboard shortcut Alt+F, and select Settings. Under Profiles > Your profile, select the profile you’d like to change the settings for, and select Sync. You’ll see a list of the features and data types available for sync.
To check the sync settings, see below: Open Start, and then click on Settings.
As per your information, since you are log-in using *** Email address is removed for privacy *** on the third device, you will not able to sync *** Email address is removed for privacy *** settings. To sync the third device with *** Email address is removed for privacy *** settings you need to create new user account and Sign in with Microsoft ...