Users who work with a large number of services on the Internet know that having to log in every single time you visit a particular service or website is annoying. For this reason modern web browsers offer you the option to have them save your passwords and autocomplete the login for you the next time you visit a website. In this article we will show how to manage your saved passwords when using the Internet Explorer app for Windows 8.1.
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Microsoft's OneDrive is one of the best cloud storage services. It offers its users 15 GB of free storage space right from the start. However, this is what you get just by signing up. More space can be added through various methods and some of them do not imply any costs. In this article we will point them all out for you. Well, at least the ones we know of.
If you are using Sticky Notes for quick note taking on a regular basis, we would like to help you take things to the next level and show a few advanced techniques for working with Sticky Notes. In this article we'll show you how to restore the delete dialogue box if you have set it to be hidden, how to backup your notes and how to copy text from other applications to Sticky Notes while maintaining the formatting.
In Windows 8.1, you don't need to install a desktop client for OneDrive, nor any app from the Store, like you do in Windows 8 or Windows 7. OneDrive is now part of the operating system and sits at the center of your computing experience. What does this mean and what are the consequences of this strong integration? Let's find out in this overview:
Usually people like to choose one web browser and stick with it for a long time. However, if you feel like the latest update destroys your experience or you realise that another browser suits your needs better, you will probably want to change your browser. To make the passing from one browser to another a little bit easier, all the browsers we use today offer an option to import or export bookmarks. In this article we will share how to import or export your bookmarks when using the desktop version of Internet Explorer 11.
Who doesn't know what Paint is? It has been around since you had your first Windows computer and all those years didn't bring that many major changes to this application. Maybe you have some great memories of using it, but we think it's time to try something new and better. In this article we will share 5 free alternatives to Microsoft's Paint. They won't be real competitors to Adobe Photoshop for example, but they sure are more powerful than Paint is and you can do more with them. Let's get started:
If you use Windows 8, 8.1, Xbox One or Windows Phone, you surely have encountered the term OneDrive. The same is true if you're using Microsoft Office 2013 or Office 365. Wondering what OneDrive is and what does it do? If you want an answer to this question, this article will explain everything you need to know.
Along with Paint, Snipping Tool, WordPad and Notepad, Sticky Notes is an application that has been long integrated in Windows. It is small utility that allows you to create all kinds of notes. You can place them anywhere you want on your Desktop, you can format their text, resize and paint them in a variety of colors easily. In this tutorial we'll show how to use Sticky Notes and let you decide whether you want to use it or not.
Personalizing the icons of your shortcuts can be a great way to make your computer look better and unique. You can replace the icons for those boring folders you have seen for so many years and others will admire how well organized and good looking is your Desktop. But where do you find good looking icon sets? There are a staggering number of websites that offer free icons for download and some of them are rather dodgy. To help you out, we have checked several locations and now we are ready to share the 5 best websites where you can download icons, for free.
Taking screenshots of your screen is a feature that has been around for a very long time. By default, Windows saves your screenshots in the Screenshots folder, found in your Pictures library. While this location works for most people, most of the time, you may want to change the location of your Screenshots folder. In this tutorial we will show how it's done.
Most Windows 8.1 users are using a Microsoft account to access the operating system, but there are some users who use a local account, available only on their computer or device. If the password for your local user account has been compromised, you can easily change it and, in this tutorial, we will share how it's done:
Windows Phone users always asked for a way to create folders on their Start screen. Depending on the smartphone they had, some users could use apps that were designed to offer this feature. However, these apps were only available for Nokia and Samsung smartphones while smartphones made by other manufacturers did not have any apps available. Luckily, with Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1, Microsoft has introduced Live Folders for all Windows Phone devices. With them, you will be able to better organize your Start screen and create your own live folders, no matter of the smartphone you are using. Here's how this feature works: