Feb 112018
 

By Yusuf Limalia at MakeUseOf.com…

When you have internet or network issues, it may feel like a regression back to the stone age. Let’s try and understand networks and look at some troubleshooting techniques to bring you back into the world of the living.

Source: The Complete Windows Network Troubleshooting Guide

 Posted by at 6:56 pm
Jun 242017
 

By James Frew at MakeUseOf.com…

Windows 10 was a huge success after it launched in 2015. As of March 2017, it was running on over a quarter of Desktop computers worldwide, only trailing Windows 7, which was released six years prior. Microsoft appeared to have listened to feedback about Windows 8 and sought to mix the best of Windows 7 and 8 while pushing the OS into the future.

Source: Privacy and Windows 10: Your Guide to Windows Telemetry

 Posted by at 7:49 pm
Feb 122017
 

By Susan Harkins at TechRepublic.com…

The article Configure Outlook’s Calendar view to suit your work routine shows several ways to configure the Calendar window to match the way you work. These tips require a bit of initial setup and afterward, you save time by eliminating repetitive steps. This month, I’ll show you eight simple ways to save time on the fly.

Source: Eight quick tips for working efficiently in Outlook’s Calendar window – TechRepublic

 Posted by at 6:25 pm
Feb 022017
 

By Susan Harkins at TechRepublic.com…

Busy people depend heavily on Outlook’s Calendar. You can schedule appointments and events and even block out time to actually get some work done. However, we don’t all have the same schedule, so you might spend more time than necessary working around Outlook’s default calendar settings. In this article, you’ll learn how to schedule and modify appointments and events to keep yourself on track. Perhaps more important, you’ll learn how to adjust Outlook’s calendar settings to fit your routine.

Source: Configure Outlook’s Calendar view to suit your work routine – TechRepublic

 Posted by at 7:28 am
Jan 192017
 

By Richard Hay at SuperSite for Windows…

Having the ability to use biometrics to validate my identity for access to my Windows 10 devices is not only a whiz bang neat feature but it is also very secure. By providing my fingerprint or face for scanning I associate those unique personal features to my Windows 10 log in account for an added level of security whether I am on my machines at home or on the road for work.

Source: Photo Gallery: Security | This USB key from Yubico can log you into Windows 10 using Windows Hello | SuperSite for Windows

 Posted by at 7:58 am