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The Best Email Client for Windows 10 in 2018

Posted by Jason Ephraim on March 12, 2018

Why Mailbird is the Best Email Client for Windows 10 One Million – That’s the number of accounts currently managed on the Mailbird email client, and still growing. Every day, more users are discovering our email client after getting tired of their existing email clients like Thunderbird, Outlook, and so on. What makes Mailbird a better email client for Windows 10 users? Unlike other clients, Mailbird is designed to be easy to setup, use and customize. You can be up and running with your existing email accounts in just minutes. Better yet, you will enjoy using them even more because Mailbird allows you to change everything about it to match your needs and style. Unlimited Colors One click is all it takes to change the entire Mailbird email client color scheme. Custom Layouts Small screen? 3 column? Preview? No matter how you prefer to check and manage your email, Mailbird can suit your needs. Unified Inbox One inbox, multiple accounts. Mailbird makes it easy to manage emails from across all your email accounts. It also makes it easy to understand which account the email was sent to, and which account you are sending from when replying or composing.   “…this email client unifies your inbox with your apps by rolling your email and all your calendar, task, and messaging apps into an all-in-one interface. And it’s a simple user interface, which you can customize in different colors and layouts.” – Hubspot Try it now 100% free We could tell you why Mailbird is the…

Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts Desktop Background Images 2018

Posted by Jason Ephraim on March 3, 2018

To help you get the most out of Windows 10, we created these beautiful desktop background images to help you remember it’s wide array of keyboard shortcuts.   To set any of the images as your new desktop background image in Windows: First, click on any of the background images below to open it full-size in a new window. Then, right click (or long-press for touch devices) and click save as… to save it to your computer. Lastly, find the image on your computer, right click it, and select set as desktop background Here is a complete list of all the Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts Press this key To do this Ctrl+C (or Ctrl+Insert) Copy the selected item Ctrl+X Cut the selected item Ctrl+V (or Shift+Insert) Paste the selected item Ctrl+Z Undo an action Alt+Tab Switch between open apps Alt+F4 Close the active item, or exit the active app Windows logo key +L Lock your PC or switch accounts Windows logo key +D Display and hide the desktop New keyboard shortcuts The following table contains new keyboard shortcuts that you can use in Windows. Press this key To do this Windows logo key +A Open Action center Windows logo key‌ +S Open search Windows logo key‌ +C Open Cortana in listening mode Note Cortana is only available in certain countries/regions, and some Cortana features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana isn’t available or is turned off, you can still use search. Windows logo key‌ +Tab Open Task view Windows logo…

Windows 10’s Best Tips Tricks and Features

Posted by Jason Ephraim on January 21, 2016

We are going to show you how to get more out of Windows 10 Windows 10 has been around for several months now and millions of users are using it globally after making the switch. Microsoft went back to the basics by re-introducing its start up menu alongside several handy features. With new features comes new tweaks and tricks and we wanted to share with you so you can get your system running more efficiently and better than ever. A Guide To The Best Windows 10 Tips, Tricks & Features How to create multiple desktops Creation of multiple desktops running side-by-side is one of the best windows 10 tricks to help free up the amount of clutter on your desktop. It also helps keep different individual workflows separated. Click the task view button in the task bar (it’s located to the right of the search box) or press windows key + tab. A button on bottom right corner appears to create or delete desktops and switch between them. The ‘x’ button is used to delete the virtual desktops For a more detailed guide on using this feature, check out Cnet’s awesome post here   Personalize the start menu The tiled user interface is accessible in the desktop mode. The arrangement of the live tiles is either random or most accessed; the tiles can be rearranged easily if you are not a fan of the current outlook. Move the cursor to the tile location. Right click on the touch pad. Several options appear where you can resize…