Category Archives: Microsoft

A Step-by-Step Guide to Adding and Setting the New Aptos Font as Your Outlook Default Font

By | February 12, 2024

In the realm of professional communication, the font you choose can greatly influence how your message is perceived. With the release of the new Aptos font, many users are eager to incorporate its sleek and modern aesthetic into their Outlook emails. If you’re one of those users looking to make the switch, you’re in luck!… Read More »

How to add an email signature in Microsoft Outlook

By | February 5, 2024

Creating an Email Signature in Outlook To create an email signature in Microsoft Outlook, follow these step-by-step instructions. First, open Outlook and click on “File” in the top left corner of the screen. Then, select “Options” from the drop-down menu. In the Outlook Options window, click on “Mail” in the left-hand sidebar. Next, scroll down… Read More »

Mastering Drop-Down Options in Microsoft Excel

By | February 5, 2024

Introduction: The Power of Drop-Down Menus Hello everyone! In today’s tutorial, we’ll delve into the world of drop-down menus in Microsoft Excel. These seemingly simple tools can revolutionize your data entry and analysis process. By limiting choices and ensuring consistency, they enhance accuracy and save time. So, let’s get started! Creating a Basic Drop-Down List… Read More »

How to Open Outlook Links with Google Chrome

By | February 25, 2024

I recently rebuilt my own desktop PC and after reinstalling all my applications and games, I set up my default programs including having Google Chrome as my default browser. This seemed to work in all parts of Windows apart from when I was opening links in Outlook it would always open them using Microsoft Edge.… Read More »

10 Free Tools for Microsoft Windows

By | February 5, 2024

Here are 10 free tools for Microsoft Windows that can enhance your productivity and make your computing experience even better: Microsoft PowerToys PowerToys is a set of utilities developed by Microsoft that provides various useful features, including a window manager, image resizer, and keyboard shortcut manager. To install Microsoft PowerToys, you should open a Powershell… Read More »

Introduction to Microsoft Azure

By | August 3, 2023

Microsoft Azure is a comprehensive cloud computing platform that provides businesses with a wide range of services to build, deploy, and manage applications and services. With its scalable and flexible infrastructure, Azure enables businesses to leverage the power of the cloud to enhance productivity and efficiency. What is Microsoft Azure? Microsoft Azure, commonly referred to… Read More »

How Can Digital Signatures Help with Sales and Marketing?

By | July 1, 2023

A digital signature is an electronic mark that confirms a person’s stamp of approval on a document. Digital signatures were established to make remote document signing easier and safer, thereby allowing businesses and individuals to save money and time.  If you are wondering how to make your own signature, you’d be happy to learn that… Read More »

What is Windows 11?

By | April 17, 2023

Windows 11 is the latest operating system from Microsoft. It was released on October 5, 2021. Windows 11 is a major upgrade from Windows 10, with a new user interface, new features, and improved performance. Here are some of the new features in Windows 11: System Requirements for Windows 11 To run Windows 11, your… Read More »

Use Powershell to download the latest offline definition updates for Microsoft Forefront Client Security, Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 and Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection

By | April 17, 2023

This post will show you how to download the latest anti-malware definition updates for Microsoft Forefront Client Security, Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 and Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection using Powershell commands. Step by Step Guide Windows x86 (32-bit) To download the definition updates files for 32-bit (x86-based) versions of Windows, run the following… Read More »

Export Powershell to CSV

By | April 17, 2023

To export PowerShell to CSV file, you can use the Export-Csv cmdlet. Here’s an example: This command gets a list of all running processes, selects the process name, ID, and CPU usage, and sorts the list by CPU usage in descending order. This command exports the data to a CSV file named “processes.csv” in the… Read More »