Many Outlook users complained about read emails converting back to Unread status. The email client won't mark messages as read even if you already tweaked your settings to mark emails as read immediately after opening them. Restarting Outlook doesn't always solve the issue. Let's explore what else you can do to fix this problem. What to Do if Outlook Emails Are Not Showing as … [Read more...] about Fix: Outlook Mail Not Being Marked as Read
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If you want to automatically Cc or Bcc yourself in Outlook, the quickest way to do that is to create a new Quick-Step. Alternatively, you can also create a new rule. However, keep in mind that Cc-ing yourself in every email you send can clutter your inbox. If you're already getting hundreds of emails every day and you find it hard to find specific emails, maybe you should … [Read more...] about How to Automatically Cc or Bcc Yourself in Outlook
When you try to log in to your Microsoft account, you may sometimes get a strange error that blocks the login process. For example, the login servers may fail to respond to your connection request promptly. Or they may refuse to validate your request due to repeated failed authentication attempts. … [Read more...] about Fix: Microsoft Account Too Many Authentication Attempts
If your computer is not Secure Boot capable, you won't upgrade to Windows 11. When you check for updates, you'll get an error message that says, "This PC can't run Windows 11. Here's why: The PC must support Secure Boot". … [Read more...] about Windows 11: This PC Must Support Secure Boot
Microsoft has brought many new interesting features to the table, including the option to download and install Android apps on Windows 11. Microsoft has built this functionality right into the OS. And no, you don't need an Android device or emulator to get the job done. All you need to do is launch the Microsoft Store and search for your favorite Android apps. … [Read more...] about How to Install Android Apps on Windows 11
Windows 11 places the Start Menu in the center of the screen just above the Taskbar. If you don't really like the new UI, you can move the Start menu and Taskbar to the left. There are two main ways to do that: you can change your settings and align your Taskbar to the left or tweak your Registry. … [Read more...] about Windows 11: 3 Helpful Tips to Fix Taskbar Not Moving
Many Windows 11 users complained about getting error code 0x800f0950 when trying to install a new language pack. The error reads as follows: "Sorry, we're having trouble getting this feature installed. You can try again later. Error code: 0x800F0950". If you already restarted your computer but the error persists, pursue the troubleshooting steps below. How to Fix Windows 11 … [Read more...] about How Do I Fix Error Code 0x800f0950 on Windows 11?
If you're wondering what's new in Windows 11, you've come to the right place. In this guide, we'll list the key features of the OS and show you how to enable them. If you haven't upgraded to Windows 11 yet, maybe this guide will convince you to hit the Update button. Of course, if you don't like the new OS, you can roll back to Windows 10. … [Read more...] about What Are the New Things in Windows 11?
Windows 11 brings many new features to the table. For example, the new memory management system makes the UI more responsive and helps you extend your laptop's battery life. But there are still a lot of questions that users have about the new OS. One of them concerns running Windows 11 on ARM. … [Read more...] about Does Windows 11 Run on ARM?
Many Windows 10 users are wondering if Windows 11 is indeed faster than its predecessor. That's one key element that would convince many people to upgrade to the new OS version. Keep reading to find out more. … [Read more...] about Windows 11 Is Faster than Windows 10 and Here’s Why