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Meet Victor and Kyle: Building safer Edge use
Windows engineers Victor Ngo and Kyle Pflug help make the Windows Edge browsing experience more safe and private. Here's how, and a look at what they bring to their work.
Account protection: Set your strongest Windows sign-in
Set a strong sign-in and monitor account security in Account protections.
Staying safe from caller ID spoofing
Don't fall for scam phone calls that "spoof" caller ID. Erik Wahlstrom explains what to do if you get a suspicious call.
Windows expert willing to exchange ideas
Windows expert willing to exchange ideas and participate in forum conversations
Copy and paste across Windows 10 devices using cloud clipboard
From carbon copies to the cloud: The updated clipboard lets you copy and paste across Windows 10 devices.
Why can't Microsoft come up with a way to locate a missing device when it is powered off?
Windows Feedback Hub: We're listening
The Feedback Hub team talks all things feedback and how they use your suggestions to improve Windows.
Data encryption for files, folders, and Office docs in Windows 10
You’ve decided to take the next step in making sure your data stays secure. Discover how to use data encryption to protect files, folders, and Office documents in Windows 10.
Is there a Microsoft app to read and edit PDF files?
Anyone have any recommendations?
Stolen tablet - now what
My Surface was stolen yesterday. I logged into Microsoft account and I can see the last location. The thief did not connect it to the internet after stealing it. And as they did not take the charger, it might take a while before they get their hands on a charger and power it on. Now, in the Microsoft account, you have to first Locate and only afterwards you can do the Lock option. This translated to: you have to spend the next days with your eyes glued on the Microsoft Account browser window, hitting refresh continuously, hoping in the 100 hours you will be monitoring non stop this window you will notice the 1-2 minutes your tablet will go online and you get to push the Find button and then the Lock button. I am thus wondering: how could a Microsoft engineer think of such a logic of a security system ? Why even bother to implement such an abomination of a 'security' feature !?
Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Passwords.
One of the most important ways to ensure that your online interactions are safe and secure is to protect your passwords. The good news is that protecting your passwords is in your control—you just need to create strong passwords and then keep them secret.
Use Microsoft Edge settings to save user name and password information and save time when signing in to websites.
Passwords create a significant amount of work for IT help desks and reduce productivity for people waiting for assistance. Forrester Research estimates large organizations spend up to $1 million per year on staffing and infrastructure to reset passwords.
Password saving is on by default in Internet Explorer, but here's how to turn on or off password saving: In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , and then select Internet options. On the Content tab, under AutoComplete, select Settings. Select the User names and passwords on forms check box, and then select OK.