Microsoft Account – Settings available in Web Interface

Microsoft billing, security and payment options can be managed using  one account. Security, Privacy, Family, Payments & billing, Subscriptions, Devices, Xbox, Skype, OneDrive, Office, Mixer, Cortana, MSN etc. are the other settings. To manage Office 365 services like Outlook, Word, Excel, Publisher, Note etc, you still need Microsoft account. The account creation can be done

[Review] Kingston A400 and Crucial MX500 – Benchmark Comparison

In 2019, PCs and laptop manufacturer brands like Dell, Lenovo, ThinkPad, Acer have made sure to include SSD (Solid-state drive) as an OS drive. Kingston A400 and Crucial MX500 are two SSDs that have good performance in sequential and random read/write speeds. The type of Flash memory in both of them is different. Kingston was

How SSD can Improve Boot Time in Windows 10 and Windows 7

In today’s PC World, the question is SSD vs HDD boot time. 10 years back, people were not aware of the benefits of SSD. Also the price difference between a HDD and SSD was too high. In 2019, OEM manufacturers of both PC and laptop have included SSD as an OS booting device. HDD serves

OneDrive vs Google Drive vs IDrive – Comparison of features in 2019

The best cloud storage plans in 2019 have different features. When you have lot of photos, videos, images, data files and documents on your computer, storage becomes a problem. Though you can save them on the hard-drive and external storage, you need to access them on-the-go. When you are at home it is easy to

Reset Windows Admin or User Passwords when Forgotten ? 10 or 8.1 or 2012 etc

Windows 10 or 8, office or home, local or network user etc, sometime or the other you are bound to forget your password. Different methods suggested my Microsoft Technical support team can help you in such hairpulling situations. But the easiest of them all, is to use Windows Password recovery utilities. For example, if you

IOBit Advanced Systemcare Pro 10 Review – My Experience and Features

PC using Windows 10 will still have problems, even in 2017. Privacy issues, optimization problems, registry glitches, features not working etc are some of them. Fixing each of them separately will take toll on time and resources. Side-effects can happen when you do registry tweaks and fixes. Simple things are easy to say than done. Unauthorized