Windows 10 – Mail Settings

Windows 10 – Mail Settings

Let’s see Mail Settings To open settings, click at the left panel at the bottom the settings icon Manage accounts You can add an account or even customize the ones you have already added. Personalisation You can edit the background, colors and other settings that have to do with Mail appearance. Automatic replies Select an account an set up an automatic reply to every message you receive Focused inbox Enable/disable focused inbox for an email account. Focused inbox separates your inbox to Focused and Other. Focused has the most important…

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Windows 10 – OneDrive Settings

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Right-click OneDrive icon on the system tray and click Settings. Settings window has 6 tabs. Settings –  Here you can enable to start OneDrive automatically when Windows starts, configure notifications and space. Account – you can upgrade your account or remove your OneDrive account from this System. You can also choose which directories will be available to this system from your OneDrive cloud storage Auto-save – you can set up protection for your directories and configure to store your pictures,movies and screenshots to OneDrive Network – you can adjust the download and upload speed for the…

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Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 4

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Settings – Network, Devices and Details You can read part 1, part 2 and part 3 by clicking the links. Network Here you can configure your network connections, create and new VPN and configure a Network Proxy Devices you can configure almost all the devices configure your display change the orientation change the resolution and enable/disable night light. It helps to prevent eye strain. configure keyboard shortcuts configure mouse and touchpad add and configure printers configure how media should be handled you can configure your Thunderbold devices and your Wacom…

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Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 3

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Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 1 and Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 2 Privacy –  you can adjust your privacy settings. configure if you want to lock your screen allow the applications to know your location with Location Services keep your history or not Automatically empty Trash and Temporary files Send report to Canonical if you have a problem and Connectivity checking Sharing specify your computer’s name and then click the toggle button at the right of Sharing if you want your computer to be visible to the network. If you…

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Ubuntu 18.04 – Settings Part 2

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Settings Part 2. Settings Part 1 in case you haven’t read it. Search – Here you can configure where to search when you search. You can enable/disable. Region & Language – you can configure the system language and formats. You just have to click on them. You can also add new keyboard layouts. Language window Formats window Add keyboard layout. You can also manage your installed languages by clicking If you want to install or remove a language click Install / Remove Languages Universal Access – you can configure all the options that have to do…

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