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Windows 10 is packed with small tools and utilities that can help you become more productive, and one of these is the clock and calendar.  When you click the clock, which can be found on the right side of the desktop Taskbar, the clock and…

You might think I’m completely mad, but the Windows 10 calculator is much more powerful, and incredibly more useful that it at first might appear.  When you open the calculator in Windows (the best way to search for it in the Start Menu), it looks…

Microsoft’s OneDrive service is a great utility for being able to backup, access and synchronise files and documents with your PCs and the cloud.  It’s even better that it can work simultaneously with both a personal Microsoft account, and an Office 365 business account. There…

The Taskbar along the bottom of the screen on the Windows desktop does is more than just a place to pin app icons so you can launch them quickly.  Did you know you can pin and access files, access frequently used files, and perform commonly…

Few things can be more annoying than wanting to sign into a website and forgetting your username or password.  In these days of heightened web security, when we all need super-secure passwords (you can view my video on how to create secure passwords) it’s easy…

The Quick Action buttons in Windows 10 sit at the bottom of the Action Centre, opened by clicking the Speech bubble icon to the far right of the Taskbar.  There are four visible initially, though clicking the Expand link will display more buttons. You can quickly click…

Keeping our data safe, and our computers secure can seem like an enormous headache, especially if you’re not a technically-minded person.  Luckily Microsoft have made keeping your PC, laptop, or tablet secure and safe from viruses, malware and hackers.  In the System Tray (the small…