Microsoft released eight updates for Windows, Office and IE
June 9, was another update day for Microsoft so-called “Patch Tuesday”, under which Microsoft has released a total of eight updates for various products, including Windows, Internet Explorer and Office. Two of them are marked as “Critical”, and the remaining six companies designated as “Important.”
OneDrive has become an important part of Microsoft’s platform, and in Windows 10 it’s baked right into the operating system. You’re set up for it when you log in with a Microsoft Account, and you’ll find the storage available in File Explorer. There’s no app to open, download or install – it’s just there
Use Windows without a mouse, touchpad or other pointing device is extremely inconvenient. In fact it is a real challenge, which is not recommended for people with weak nerves. However, what you would do if the touch pad on your favorite laptop suddenly stop working? Options a little – let’s briefly consider them.
Microsoft OneNote needs no introduction — it is feature-filled and highly coveted digital notetaking app by Microsoft that works on and syncs with all your devices: Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, online (via any modern web browser), and Windows Phone.
Previously, Microsoft OneNote was available for purchase as a standalone program. Then it was
Windows 7 continues to be the most common operating system from Microsoft. This version of Windows is moving towards the end of the Mainstream Support phase, but before the operating system has to overcome another stage, which will be shortened product life cycle.
Starting from October 31, Microsoft will no longer provide its partners
Shortly after the name change of its cloud service, Microsoft has reduced the cost of paid tariffs OneDrive. Now, the company reported another interesting change that in the near future you will find on their profiles. It turns out that the software giant is going to be from the current limit of 2 GB
Windows is one of the many lucrative products of Microsoft and in the interests of the company to attract more people to use the latest version of the operating system. Nevertheless, despite all their efforts, there are still many users who prefer the old version of Windows – Windows 7, Vista and XP.
Many users have long been waiting for Microsoft to add feature that will allow to password protect certain folders (for example, which contain confidential information). So far that has not happened, and that means we have only one thing – to use programs created by third party developers. However, even though these programs are