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April 13, 2021 - Good-bye HTML 👋 - Hello Edge 🤝
Heads Up: April 13, 2021 This (Patch) Tuesday there will be a patch removing Edge HTML & replacing it with Edge C. Cheers, Drew
Welcome to Microsoft Store
What to expect the first time you walk into a Microsoft Store
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.
amazon gift card's
I know people that are getting the amazon gift card's. but for some reason I do not get them. I got the pay pal gift card not any more. why not let me get the amazon card's. using bing rewards.
alternate email is incorrect and needs to be changed
Hello, I am trying to change my alternate email for my Microsoft account as it was put in incorrectly. So when I am asked for the alternate it gives me the address they are wanting to send it to, however it is incorrect and I will never receive that information
Is it just me? No Cookies, but we got EMOJIS! Input my Soul
With all the cookies the systems use nowadays, you would think that I would not have to restart at the very beginning of the community feed, after viewing every post! 3 pages in and you give up on learning, which I'm beginning to believe is Microsofts goal. The "learning" part, not "giving up", never do that! Seriously, if you try to do any real computing, not (youtube and facebook surfing). But Excell, Powerpoint and as-difficult, proper network configurations, system configurations, sync, privacy, security, update, registry, process and even power configurations! God forbid figuring out what "Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object." means! At one point I think, I was beginning to understand that sentence...Scared myself, but not enough to check that box! Sorry...back to learning and yes, if you don't learn a thing or two trying to get windows to work properly then your obviously getting your 12 year old nephew to fix it like everyone else. At this moment it's a pleasure to accomplish something, even if it's just blowing off steam. My normal daily task consist of ; 2-3hrs reinstalling printer so I can print the "How to troubleshoot printer issue's after Windows update's", and then several more hours searching hopelessly for a way to delete the excess Cloud Drive file's, most of which are labeled "How to troubleshoot printer issue's after Windows update's", Please give me a Delete option if I right click ANYWHERE...PLEASE. How can such smart programming 12 year olds leave out or deliberately hide the basic commands. I can find 437 different ways to manipulate a file other than DELETE! Okay, I'll stop ranting, but I leave you with a " Smart" phone showing it's Scholarly skills. I was simply adding a recent call to my contacts, Phone ask's "New Contact or Update Existing". New Contact I input, then the Slept through Class SMART phone proceeds to pop up every contact with a matching letter, like I'm Updating!
How to choose the right web browser for you! Guide!
Web browsers have become a part of our digital life, and anyone would agree with it. Many browsers are available to be installed and used, but 'one of them' should become your favourite and default browser, isn't it? Here's a guide on how to choose the 'right' browser for you! Check the speed of loading pages: Most people don't do a web search just to wait for some ten minutes till the results appear. They need a swift and fast browser, which is light on memory usage too. Ads are the monsters which makes loading a web page slow, and what if a browser could block all ads without any extension? Recommended: Brave Browser(fastest browser,lighter on memory usage,great totally ad free browsing experience) https://brave.com/ Security:Browsing the web can be dangerous. You personal information can be tracked, and you don't want that to happen. Many of the modern browsers have default security options, but are they actually secure? Recommended: Tor Browser(most secure ever, but very slow) https://www.torproject.org/ Fame: The browsers that has the most attraction are the ones widely in use. But don't get tricked, popularity doesn't mean the best! Recommended: Google Chrome(widely used browser) https://www.google.com/chrome/ Mozilla Firefox(Chrome alternative,some claim it's better) https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/ Customisation and nice layout: Some people love browsers that loves to be customised to the latest, and so they do! Recommended: Vivaldi(the most customisable, nicest and noticeably fast browser, no version yet developed for ios) https://vivaldi.com/ Something like Vivaldi: Opera (has a free built in VPN with unlimited bandwidth) https://www.opera.com/ And if you don't want to consider any of these, try the new Microsoft Edge Chromium, it actually is better than Chrome now! https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge
new windows features
I had to buy a new computer because the screen broke. I like the new version of windows included. lots of new features!
Tabbed pages/sections in MS Word
In MS Excel, I can have several tabs within a spreadsheet – one for income, one for expenditure or one for January, one for February etc. These are all part of the same spreadsheet, part of the same file, but are separated out into different sections. I want the same thing for MS Word. I often write reports, some of which are long and complex. When writing reports, I would like to be able to separate sections onto different tabs – as with Excel, they would all be part of the same file, the same Word document, just separated. When writing one part, I will often want to refer to a section near the beginning – Word only allows me to do this by scrolling through the document to find the relevant part somewhere near the beginning, then scrolling down through the document to get back to page 257 where I am currently writing, then scroll through again to find the stats on page 162 (if I can find them) then back to page 257 again etc. The only way around this at present, is to write and save each chapter as a separate file and flick between several different files to find the information I want. Then at the end, I have to merge all the files into a single document. I can do it, but it is a lot of messing around. It would be so much easier if I could save it all in a single document, but, as with Excel, save each section or chapter in a separate tab within the one document, which could be kept open at the relevant page. Spreadsheets have always had tabs for this. But not Word Processors. Is it possible to have the ability to write separate chapters in different tabs within a single Word document? To anyone writing long, multi-chaptered reports or documents it seems such an obvious addition to Word. And yes – I am aware that I can do something like this in OneNote, but OneNote isn’t a Word Processor and doesn’t have the same features. I really need this to be a feature in MS Word. I am sure I am not the only person writing multi-chaptered documents who would find this useful.
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.
Microsoft Search brings together results from data sources in Office 365, including SharePoint, Microsoft OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft Exchange Server. Easy to search – Microsoft Search suggests results based on users' previous activity in Office 365, right in the Search box.
Microsoft Search is an enterprise search experience that increases productivity and saves time by delivering more relevant search results for your organization
Search admin manages the Microsoft Search configuration and can perform all of the content-management tasks a Search editor can. Search editor: Creates, manages, and deletes content for Microsoft Search in the Microsoft 365 admin center. This role can create and manage editorial content, such as frequently asked questions and answers, important ...
Get enhanced search details from billions of web documents. Enable safe, ad-free, location-aware search results, surfacing relevant information from billions of web documents.