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Browse smarter with Collections in Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge Collections is now available on all of your devices: PC, iOS and Android! Learn about the experience from the team who built it! Check this blog about Collections on the Microsoft Edge mobile app: https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2020/07/29/collections-is-now-available-on-the-microsoft-edge-mobile-app/ To learn more about the new Microsoft Edge, please visit https://aka.ms/GetMicrosoftEdge
URGENT ALERT RE HACKERS, VIRUSES, AND DANGEROUS THREATs
Today I received an urgent, very loud, alert from what appeared to be Microsoft, telling me the computer was in serious danger from hackers trying to gain access to my personal information. I was instructed not to turn my computer off or leave the page and was afraid to exit. I was also instructed to call the phone number provided immediately. I was not aware of any MS security threat scams and was quite worried. The technician I spoke to on the phone assured me he was a licensed MS technician and that since my computer had already been hacked, all my personal information was in jeopardy. This was a first for me and decided it would be best to trust his judgment. He accessed my computer and seemed to think 17 hackers were attempting to take over my computer and said my entire security system was locked, so I would not be able to proceed without removal of the threat and the addition of a network firewall and an IP protection. He took me to a web page for RIGHTPCEXPERTS.COM in Tampa, and gave the impression they are affiliated with Microsoft. Because I am age 69 he offered me a "discounted price" of 299.00 and I was left to believe it was imperative, as all my devices were in danger. I was then referred to a second agent who said he would be able to remedy the problems with my PC. HE REMOVED MY SYSTEM MECHANIC AND THEN installed an AD BLOCKER, CC CLEANER, ANTI-VIRUS HACKING. HE SEEMINGLY CLEANED MY COMPUTER AND THEN INSTALLED A NETWORK FIREWALL, AN IP NETWORK ACCESS PROTECTOR. After I PROVIDED my credit card number for the charge of 299.00 I was told there was an additional fee technical fee of $120, that would be paid in 12 installments of 9.99, for a total of 420.00. I was so reluctant but thought I had no other choice but to proceed. Like another gentleman who was concerned about the legitimacy of this company, I am left wondering if they are a scam. MY INVOICE READ AM PC SECURITY, NOT RIGHTPCEXPERTS OUT OF TAMPA AND NEXWAY HANDLED THE TRANSACTION.
Outlook folders, friend or foe?
Building folders within Outlook and creating rules to automate where your emails land always sparks a love hate conversation. My relationship started cold and warmed up quickly as I had to become best friends with Outlook during my time in a Business Administrator role here at Microsoft and I'm curious to know how you all feel about it! Love? Hate? Or the perfect excuse as to why you didn't catch someone's email :)
Thoughts on new Microsoft Edge?
Hey, this is Robert, a Learning Specialist with Microsoft. Now that the new Chromium Microsoft Edge has been officially released for a couple of weeks. What do you all think about it? What are some browser extensions you use on other browsers that you'd like to see on Edge? If you don't have it already, you should be able to download it by going to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge
A Windows product key is a 25-character code used to activate Windows. It looks like this: PRODUCT KEY: XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX. Locate your product key for Windows 10. Depending on how you got your copy of Windows 10, you'll need either a 25-character product key or a digital license to activate it.
A product key is a 25-character code that's used to activate Windows and helps verify that Windows hasn't been used on more PCs than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow. Windows 10: In most cases, Windows 10 activates automatically using a digital license and doesn’t require you to enter a product key.
Windows logo key + Shift + Left arrow or Right arrow. Move an app or window in the desktop from one monitor to another. Windows logo key + Spacebar. Switch input language and keyboard layout. Windows logo key + Ctrl + Spacebar. Change to a previously selected input. Windows logo key + Ctrl + Enter.
Select Use your Windows PC. Follow the dialogs to set up Windows Hello as a method for signing in. How to sign in with a security key. There are different types of security keys that you can use, like a USB key that you plug in to your device or an NFC key that you tap on an NFC reader.