Windows 10 has the ability of limiting the potential of exceeding monthly internet data allowances. While this is important when using mobile data (phone, tablet, mobile Wi-Fi), it may be less important on a home or corporate internet connection (unless you have a low data allowance plan).
It is not necessarily immediately obvious on how to Add or Remove email accounts from the Windows 8.1 Mail app. The following will guide you through Adding or Removing email accounts.
Australian users may be wondering why they are unable to locate Google Search in the Internet Explorer add-ons to set as a default search provider. It would appear that if your language settings are set to Australia (English) that Microsoft has decided that Australians don't want to use Google as a search provider. It is easy to work around this and be able to choose and set Google as a default search provider in Internet Explorer.
The following solution will need to repeated each time you go into the Internet Explorer Gallery to add any new add-ons to Internet Explorer.
Once you are in the Internet Explorer Gallery, click onto Australia (English) (this is located in the top left hand corner of the Internet Explorer Gallery page) and then select either United States (English) or UK & Ireland (English). Once changed, the screen will refresh and you should be able to see Google Search available to be selected.
Recently I wanted to take advantage of SharePoint to be able to manage the storage of customer invoices, while also being able to provide a link to the invoice to the customer. Additionally, I wanted to be able to apply a time limit to the link and disable access at that time.
Recently I experienced an issue with utilising outlook.office365.com to access Office 365 mail from Outlook, Web (OWA) and iOS apps when on a particular internet connection. This only affected Apple devices and I had no issues with using Windows based computers on the affected network.