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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…

It’s becoming ever more popular for laptops, ultrabooks, and tablet PCs to come with either a SIM card slot or an embedded sim (eSIM) for mobile broadband.  Cellular data can be expensive though, especially if you travel abroad, but Windows 10 makes it simple to…

It’s becoming more and more common for people to use their own PC, laptop, or pro tablet in their working lives, and why not.  It’s quite often that you’ll buy a PC that’s not just a lot nicer that what your workplace can provide, but…

Privacy is everything these days.  We’re almost all worrying about what companies have what information about us and if they’re storing it safely.  Microsoft got attacked from all sides when they first released Windows 10 because they included extensive privacy controls.  This didn’t mean that…

This is where Windows 10’s Flight Mode feature comes in useful.  You can access Flight Mode in two ways.  In the Settings app open Network & Internet and you will see Flight Mode listed in the left panel.  Selecting this presents a simple on/off switch for the Flight…