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How to change your Windows account password
change windows password

Change your password in Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 How to change your Windows account password: Press Ctrl + Alt + Del on the keyboard Click on Change password Enter your current password in the Old Password field Enter your new password in the New Password field Re-enter your new password in the Confirm […]

How to turn on Automatic Replies (Out of Office)
out of office

Turn on Automatic Replies in Outlook 2010 & 2013 for an Exchange account In Outlook, Click the File tab, then select Automatic Replies In the Automatic Replies window select the Send automatic replies radio button You can optionally choose the date range of the Automatic Replies. In the Inside My Organization tab type the message […]

Add another mailbox to your Outlook 2010 profile
outlook 2010 profile

Adding another persons mailbox to your Outlook 2010 profile. If you have the Full Access permissions on another mailbox it can be added to your Microsoft Outlook profile. In Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 and above Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 will automatically map to any mailbox to which a user has Full Access permissions. […]

File Server Backups
data backup

Nearly 70% of SMB’s aren’t backing up their data – even though they think they are! Businesses rely more on their IT systems than ever before and will only become more reliant in the future so it is vital to protect your business from data loss. Typically an organisation would have a central file server […]

Has the Desktop Computer had its day?
has the desktop computer had its day

Maybe, or not necessarily. It all depends on you. As a user, we’ve always welcomed a new computer, usually long in our wait when suffering the pains of slow, unreliable performance of both the box and oneself. The number of extra coffee breaks required whilst the computer loads up or decides to perform an unwelcome […]

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