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8 Cybersecurity Tips to Stay Protected in 2022

The below article has 8 Cybersecurity Tips to Stay Protected in 2022 that can help to improve your safety online!

Cybersecurity is something that should be at the forefront for all considering how much we rely on the online space for so many aspects of our lives. It stems from personal interest to banking to the workplace, and everything in-between. It is extremely important to stay protected in 2022. As technology continues to expand and grow, so does the chance of being in a not-so-safe situation.

https://www.howtogeek.com/778547/cybersecurity-tips-to-stay-protected/

How to Fix When Wi-Fi Won’t Connect

With Wi-Fi being such an important factor of our day to day lives it can be frustrating when it will not connect as we rely on it for work, to stay connected with family & friends as well as entertainment. 

The below article will walk you through several different methods to rectify that lost Wi-Fi connection. 

https://www.howtogeek.com/772986/how-to-fix-when-wi-fi-wont-connect/

Update to Microsoft 365 and Outlook for Windows connectivity

Reminder: Update to Microsoft 365 and Outlook for Windows connectivity
MC294992 · INFO-TECH MONTREAL
Final Reminder: As previously announced (MC229143 – December ’20, MC274503 – July and MC288472 – September), to ensure that we meet performance expectations, we are updating the supported versions of Outlook for Windows that can connect to Microsoft 365 services.

Note: Effective November 1, 2021, the following versions of Outlook for Windows (starting with Outlook 2007, in a phased rollout), will not be able to connect with Office 365 and Microsoft 365 services.

  • Additional Apps and Versions have been added since last communication.
Office and Microsoft 365 Apps Outlook for Windows Version
Office 2007 All Versions
Office 2010 All Versions
Office 2013 Versions prior to 15.0.4971.1000 of Office 2013 (Service Pack 1 with the October 2017 Update)
Office 2016 MSI Versions prior to 16.0.4600.1000 of Office 2016 (With the November 2017 Update, KB 4051890)
Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise;(formerly Office 365 ProPlus) 1705 and older
Microsoft 365 Apps for business(formerly Office 365 Business) 1705 and older

Key Points:

  • Major: Retirement
  • Timing: November 1, 2021
  • Action: Ensure Outlook for Windows client are updated accordingly

How this will affect your organization:

Versions that are newer than minimum version requirements listed above, but are not the currently supported version, may experience connectivity issues.

To see a list of the currently supported versions, visit Update history for Microsoft 365 Apps (listed by date) (for Microsoft 365 Apps) or Latest updates for versions of Office that use Windows Installer (MSI) (see “Latest Public Update” for Office 2013 and 2016).

Supported versions of Outlook for Windows in Office and Microsoft 365 will continue to connect to Microsoft 365 services as expected.

What you need to do to prepare:

We recommend that all users upgrade to the supported versions of Office and Microsoft 365 Apps.

How to Remove Edge Browser Tabs From Alt+Tab on Windows 10

Starting with the October 2020 update, Windows 10 now shows Microsoft Edge browser tabs in the Alt+Tab task switcher by default. For some people, this may be handy. But, if you want to disable tabs in Alt+Tab, it’s easy to fix in Settings. Here’s how.

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https://www.howtogeek.com/696775/how-to-stop-alttab-from-showing-edge-browser-tabs/

How to Enable or Disable Windows 10’s Full-Screen Start Menu

While in desktop mode, Windows 10 allows you to use the Start menu in a full-screen mode (like the Start menu in tablet mode) or in a more traditional way that only covers part of the screen. Here’s how to change how it works.

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https://www.howtogeek.com/694660/how-to-enable-or-disable-windows-10s-full-screen-start-menu/

How to Hide the App List in Windows 10’s Start Menu

When you open the Start menu in Windows 10, you normally see an alphabetical list of apps installed on your system. If you’d like to have a smaller sleeker Start Menu, it’s possible to hide the app list on the left. Here’s how.

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https://www.howtogeek.com/694705/how-to-hide-the-app-list-in-windows-10s-start-menu/

How to Send an Email with a Different “From” Address in Outlook

If you have multiple email accounts in Microsoft Outlook, you can change the “From” address in a new email. This is quicker than swapping to a different inbox, and lets you send emails from different addresses, even if they aren’t your own. Here’s how—with some caveats.

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https://www.howtogeek.com/689267/how-to-send-an-email-with-a-different-from-address-in-outlook/

Keyboard Shortcuts for Using Virtual Desktops on Windows 10

If you use virtual desktops on Windows 10, these keyboard shortcuts will give you more control and speed up your Windows experience. Just like most Windows 10 features, you can control several aspects of your virtual desktops without a mouse.

Windows Desktop Hero

https://www.howtogeek.com/688608/keyboard-shortcuts-for-using-virtual-desktops-on-windows-10/

How to Change the Icon of a Shortcut on Windows 10

Icons were invented as a quick way to visually identify information on a computer, but sometimes a Windows 10 shortcut icon is so generic that it doesn’t feel useful. In that case, Windows makes it easy to customize the icon. Here’s how to do it.

Windows 10 Icons

https://www.howtogeek.com/687014/how-to-change-the-icon-of-a-shortcut-on-windows-10/

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