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When you’re working at your PC it can be a chore to plug it in to transfer photos form it, or to find it and pick it up to read and respond to text messages.  Windows now comes with an app called Your Phone which you…

If you use an Android smartphone or other device for college or work, then you’ll probably want or need to connect it to either Microsoft’s Office 365, or Microsoft 365 services, or Azure AD.  It’s simple to set these up in Android however.  To connect…

With the push towards subscription services such as Office 365 and Microsoft 365, the people who still want to purchase a stand-alone copy of Microsoft Office can sometimes feel left out, and that the product they’ve spent a lot of money on is difficult to…

Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud sync and file storage service is a great way to back-up your files and documents, but also to synchronise them across your different PCs.  You might have a PC such as a tablet or ultrabook though that doesn’t have enough space on…

If you have a PC with only a small amount of available storage, such as a tablet or an ultrabook, then you can find that storage quickly filling up, reducing the amount of space you have available for files and documents. Windows can automatically clear…

If you’re like me then you won’t be a fan of auto-play videos on Websites.  Fortunately, Microsoft’s Edge browser contains a simple feature that can stop them in their tracks.  In the Browser open Settings and then click the Advanced link. Here you can change the Media…

If you need an emoji fast, and many people do these days, then you can access them extremely quickly and easily in Windows by simply pressing the Windows key + . (Full stop).  which pops up an emoji panel over the app you’re using. There are…

With the popularity of Ultra HD (4K) and HDR (High Dynamic Range) TVs, monitors, television shows, games, and movies, it can sometimes be confusing to know if your monitor or screen will give you best from your video. Windows can tell you if your screen…

If you use an Android device for personal use or for work, you will know that when you install an app from the Google Play Store it always tells you what permissions the app requires, and if you have more than one Android device associated…