3:43PM | Thursday, 29 March 2012 | By Patrick Stafford If you’ve played around with Outlook Express before then you’d know you’re able to create rules about which messages go where. There’s actually a shortcut for this.
3:06PM | Wednesday, 28 March 2012 | By Patrick Stafford Microsoft should be able to detect your time zone automatically when you use a Windows machine. But occasionally you may need to change it.
3:27PM | Tuesday, 27 March 2012 | By Patrick Stafford You can check your iCloud storage on the iOS platform, but if you're using a Windows machine you can check it on the desktop as well.
3:41PM | Monday, 26 March 2012 | By Patrick Stafford If you need to share a file or folder, but your computer won’t let you, the Windows Firewall might be the problem. Here’s how to switch it off.
3:38PM | Thursday, 22 March 2012 | By Patrick Stafford Sometimes you may find that your USB stick has a virus. In that case, you need to format it as quickly as possible in order to stop that virus from being spread to other computers.
3:45PM | Wednesday, 21 March 2012 | By Patrick Stafford If you take your phone or iPad into work every day, or a place where there are a lot of WiFi networks, then you may find that you inadvertently join one you’re not meant to.
3:38PM | Tuesday, 20 March 2012 | By Patrick Stafford If you read a lot of emails every day, you probably don’t want to open each one to find what it’s about. On iOS you can actually expand the preview so you don’t have to open each one.
3:24PM | Monday, 19 March 2012 | By Patrick Stafford It happens. You may lose your old phone, accidentally wipe your new one or may just get a new device to replace what you already have. In any case, you’ll want to restore your iPhone from a backup.
12:20AM | Thursday, 8 December 2011 | By Patrick Stafford Did you know you can add more than one account in TweetDeck? It’s one of the best features of the program, and it’s quite easy to do.
2:00AM | Thursday, 23 February 2012 | By Patrick Stafford Did you know you can read other people’s annotations in the Kindle iPad app? If not, here’s how to do it.