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Windows 10 tip: Turn your paid Wi-Fi connection into a shared hotspot - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

Windows 10 tip: Turn your paid Wi-Fi connection into a shared HotspotIf your Windows 10 PC has a network connection, you can share it with up to eight nearby devices using the Mobile Hotspot feature. On the off chance that you've at any point flown on a carrier or remained at an inn that offers paid Wi-Fi get to, you know the disagreeable choice you need to make when you initially associate: Do I enter my Mastercard subtle elements for this extremely valued, excruciatingly moderate association on my workstation or on my cell phone?
With a PC running Windows 10, you never again need to settle on that decision. For whatever length of time that your gadget has a system association, you can share that association safely with up to eight different gadgets.  Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149
You'll discover every one of the alternatives you require by going to Settings > Network and Internet > Mobile Hotspot. There are four settings to focus on here. 
To start sharing your syste…

7 ways you can (maybe) get Microsoft Office 365 for free - Microsoft support

7 ways you can (maybe) get Microsoft Office 365 for free Do you dream for making slides, composing reports, and ascertaining segments of numbers without airing out your wallet? Assuming this is the case, have we have seven (conceivable) deals for you.
I remember when I purchased my last copy of Office in 2007. It was an upgrade, normally, in light of the fact that it's dependably been an update. I recollect that I initially purchased Office at some point before Bill Clinton was president. From that point forward, each three to five years, when Microsoft revved the item, I'd pull out my wallet and pay Redmond for the new sparkling bits.

In any event until around eight years back. That was when Microsoft transformed Office into a membership service. I've been making regular payments on Office 365 from that point forward. Obviously, I'm not alone. In July 2017, Microsoft declared that incomes for Office 365 beat out that of customary Office licenses. At that point, in Oc…

Microsoft officially christens 'Redstone 5' as the Windows 10 October 2018 Update - Microsoft Support +1-877-353-1149

Microsoft officially christens 'Redstone 5' as the Windows 10 October 2018 UpdateMicrosoft will begin rolling out to mainstream users on 'nearly 700 million' Windows 10 devices its latest feature update starting in October 2018.
It's not much of a surprise, but Microsoft made it official today: The next Windows 10 feature update, codenamed "Redstone 5," will be known as the Windows 10 October 2018 Update. Microsoft will finalize the specific build it will designate as the October 2018 Update in the coming weeks. I say this isn't a surprise because a year ago, Microsoft officials said that they'd be rolling out the twice-yearly Windows 10 feature updates in the spring and fall of each year. Specifically, those builds this year were known as "1803" (for the March, 2018, date when the code is RTM'd) and "1809" (for the September 2018 RTM date). After Microsoft officials select a build as "final," they continue to patch…

Outlook Tip: Show all Mondays in the Calendar - Microsoft Support

Outlook Tip: Show all Mondays in the Calendaryou can view all Mondays, or all Tuesdays, or Wednesdays... or a mix of non-contiguous dates in the Day view. The only issue that you won’t be able save the view and are limited to 14 dates. It's also limited to the Day view (and Schedule view, but isn't very effective in schedule view, IMHO). Microsoft Support Phone Number +1-877-353-1149

If you plan to select dates that span more than one month, adjust the dividers in the navigation pane to display more thumbnail calendars. Then hold Ctrl key as you click on each date in the thumbnail calendars. Microsoft Support Phone Number +1-877-353-1149

To adjust the dividers to view more calendars or scroll the calendars after you've selected some dates, hold Ctrl key as you make the adjustments. This will allow you to adjust the thumbnail calendars without losing the already selected dates
Unfortunately, this view is not persistent. If you need to refer to it frequently, open the calendar i…

Adding an Image to a Signature in Microsoft Outlook - Microsoft Support

Adding an Image to a Signature in Microsoft OutlookIs it better to send an embedded image or a linked image? There are pros and cons to either method. For greatest visibility, embedding is usually better, but if you plan to change the image often, linking would be better. Microsoft Support Phone Number +1-877-353-1149
If you use an embedded image, the message size will be larger (because of the attached image) but the recipient will see the image even if they are offline or when they look at the message years from now. However, they'll only download the image once, which makes it bandwidth-friendly.If you link to an image, users could block external content, so they won't see the image and they won't see the image if they are not connected to the Internet. The image may download every time they view the message, which could increase their bandwidth costs.If you delete the image from the web server (or rename it), the signature will show a placeholder and error. However, as …

How to Open Multiple Outlook Windows - Microsoft Support

How to Open Multiple Outlook WindowsYes, it is possible to have Outlook open multiple windows when it loads.
Open the Outlook windows you need and arrange them to your liking then always close Outlook using File, Exit (from the "default" Outlook window). All of the windows will close at once and Outlook restores them the next time you use it.
Always close the "default" Outlook window using File, Exit (to close all windows at once) or when using the X if you want all of the windows to load next time. (The default window is the window the Outlook shortcut opened, not one of the windows you opened.) If you close the windows you opened first, Outlook won't reopen them.

Always Open Selected Calendars
A popular request is the ability for Outlook to remember what calendars were selected when you last used Outlook and to reselect them at startup. If you use Outlook 2003 want to open the Calendar module with the same calendars checked each time you'll need to use a Win…

The Difference Between Two-Factor and Two-Step Authentication - Microsoft Support

The Difference Between Two-Factor and Two-Step Authentication
You know you should use two-factor authentication everywhere you can, but there’s also “two-step” authentication, which may come off like the same thing. They’re really not. Here’s the difference, and what you should know about both.

Old security heads will know the difference here just because of the names, but since they’re often used interchangeably by companies looking to obfuscate the difference, it’s worth highlight the separation between them. This thread at StackExchange sums up the difference well for anyone unfamiliar, or who doesn’t get the nuance. This answer from tylerl teases out the nitty details:
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Two-factor authentication refers specifically and exclusively to authentication mechanisms where the two authentication elements fall under different categories with respect to “something you have”, “something you are”, and “something you know”. A multi-step authentication…