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Understanding license options for Office
Learn about the differences between consumer Office licenses to choose the right one for your needs.
Windows Mail for Vista - recover forgotten password
I have forgotten my password for my ( Vista ) Windows Mail email account. Microsoft say they no longer support Vista and suggest I purchase another PC or upgrade which will cost me 120 pounds !! How do I recover my Mail password ?? Ed Gardner
Give your Android phone a new look with Microsoft Launcher
Customize your Android phone home screen with Microsoft Launcher. Enjoy new features like Bing wallpapers, themes, and widgets.
App lock in Windows 10
Similar to the app lock in phones, I want the same in windows also So people who are interested in this idea please UPVOTE this--> https://aka.ms/AA8r9ib Please UPVOTE, more upvotes will gain the attention of Windows Developers in Feedback Hub. You just need to tap on the link and upvote. Hope this gains the attention of Developers. I think everyone needs this feature. -----I know there will be some third party apps available to do this but it would be good if the OEM itself does it.----- Thank you :)
Sign in to Windows without a password? Yes, you can!
Passwords keep our computers, apps and work safe and private. Windows does allow some relief from password overload by offering several sign-in options that don't require entering a password.
create script for change group policy with powershell
i need to create powershell script for change group policy like account password policy, sercurity policy.how i create it. need some guidance.
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Did you hear about the monkeys who shared an Amazon account? They were Prime mates.
Things not working right? Who can help? Microsoft Support
I was noticing some problem's with my account. Tried to fix the problem's myself however, this proved to be unsuccessful. Decided my problems needed expert advice and chose to ask for Microsoft Support. Amazed, (and relieved) to discover a team of professional's are there to help with any and all concerns you may encounter... Microsoft Support. Once you contact them, and type-in your concern, you're assigned a case number and a team member to address your concern. They keep you abreast of their progress with e-mail's to you. Most concern's are fixed for you within a matter of day's. One concern I had took roughly a month however, every concern I encountered was not only fixed but relayed professionally to ensure I understood. I had a couple that even threw the team for a loop and was informed they would address these at team meeting's to make Microsoft even better for all Microsoft user's. Personally, I extend accolades and kudos to all at Microsoft for helping end user's understand that there is an avenue to utilize that will help with any and all concern's toward making Microsoft Windows even more user friendly.
resolving Outlook 2007 password issue with windows 10
recently upgraded my desktop from windows 7 to windows 10. Elected to keep office 2007 with Gmail as my primary email. Intermittently experiencing an password information message window in Outlook 2007 when I select the Outlook 2007 App and/or select the send/receive function within the App. Message is "Enter network password", "type your user name and password". I have verified that the password is the same for both Gmail and Outlook 2007, rebooted the system, but still get the same message when selecting "send/receive". This request window doesn't always display upon initiation of Outlook 2007, but does eventually pop up sometime during the Outlook session. When this pop-up message box appears it requires that I select the close X and/or cancel tab several times before the pop-up box goes away and allows me to continue with the Outlook session. Both Windows 10 and Outlook 2007 have been reloaded, yet I still continue to experience this issue. Any thoughts???? r3jr
The story of Microsoft Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes are everywhere! Learn how two teams came together to create the current version of the Sticky Notes you love.
Create a local user account Select Start > Settings > Accounts and then select Family & other users. (In some versions of Windows you'll see Other users.) Select Add someone else to this PC.
Select Start > Settings > Accounts > Other users (in some Windows editions, it may be labeled as Other people or Family & other users). Under Work or school users, select Add a work or school user. Enter that person's user account, select the account type, and then select Add. If you need to remove that person's sign-in information from your PC:
To open User Accounts, click the Start button, click Control Panel, click User Accounts and Family Safety, and then click User Accounts. Click Manage another account. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Click Create a new account.
Select the Start button on the taskbar. Then, on the left side of the Start menu, select the account name icon (or picture) > Switch user > a different user.