As we all know, the latest version of Microsoft Office 2013 has now been released and you can download the final build. When downloading the latest build for version 2013, you will come across the trial version of Professional Plus 2013, which includes all major applications like Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, OneNote, Access, Publisher, and MS Lync. To download MS Professional Plus, see the link given at the end of Continue Reading →
Microsoft has recently released the Microsoft Outlook 2013 suite and in a previous posts I covered some tips regarding MS Office 2013 applications, including the process of connecting a Gmail account With Microsoft Outlook 2013. While adding an initial account is simple enough due to the wizard that displays after Outlook is launched for the first time, adding new accounts can be a bit confusing. Here is a small guide Continue Reading →
Connecting your Gmail account to Microsoft Outlook can have a number of advantages including easier management and integration of your emails and associated Google services. While connecting a email account is pretty simple, people can often get confused due to lack of knowledge of Pop3 and IMAP. In this post I will show you an easy way of connecting your Gmail account to MS Outlook 2013. The same method can Continue Reading →
Due to the various changes made to the latest MS Office 2013 suite, the activation method has also been slightly altered, as users can now activate their copy of Office 2013 by not only entering a product key but also by logging in with a Microsoft or Organizational account. In a previous post I showed you “How To Get MS 2013 Trial Product Key”, in this post I will show Continue Reading →
As we all know Microsoft Office 2013 has been released and the final version is now available for download, which is being widely downloaded on a 60-day trial basis. If you have been looking for the product key for the trial version, then see details given below.
Microsoft seems to have admitted that Hotmail isn’t working as well as they would like. This is why they have launched a newer version of Hotmail, known as Outlook.com. In an attempt to reinvigorate the UI and make the webmail experience more user friendly, they have made a number of changes, including the addition of a Metro style user interface. If you have used the desktop version of MS Outlook, Continue Reading →
Microsoft recently released its latest Office suite known as Office 15 aka Microsoft Office 2013. you can grab the latest build for the Microsoft Office suite from this link: Download Microsoft Office 2013 Free Trial. However, installing the Metro based Office might not be as simple as you might think. This is because the cloud based Microsoft Office 2013 has a cloud based approach, with SkyDrive integration. In this post Continue Reading →
It has been about nearly three years since Microsoft came up with its version of the MS Office suite. After the introduction of Microsoft Office 2007, a very raw build for the latest Office suite was launched to selected users in a preview stage a few weeks ago. Recently, Microsoft Office 2013 was released for the general public with a Customers Preview. This edition was released Monday, July 16th, 2012. Continue Reading →
A few days back I reviewed a web service , which has been developed by the creators of WinZip, known as ZipShare. This service allows users to instantly share heavy files with Facebook friends. ZipSend is another useful web service by WinZip (developers), which makes it easy to send heavy files to recipients via email, without flooding their inbox with the file size. ZipSend integrates itself with Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo Continue Reading →
Mozilla Thunderbird is considered to be a viable free alternative to paid email clients such as MS Outlook. Archiving messages in an email client can be useful for moving old or less important files to a separate folder or location to reduce inbox clutter. In this post I will show you how to easily archive messages in Mozilla Thunderbird to move them to a Thunderbird or local hard drive folder.