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Re: Disabling monitor and touch screen

Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgilland07@...>
 

Disabling the touch screen may could be done in the EFI setup, but you'd have to get someone sighted to help you with that as there is no speech at that point.

As for turning off the monitor, try hitting windows+P, then look down with your up and down arrow keys, as there might be an option in there for no screen. I'm not saying there will be. I'm simply saying depending on the hardware, there might! be.

Chris.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ondrej Rosik" <ondrej.rosik@gmail.com>
To: <win10@groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 7:47 AM
Subject: [win10] Disabling monitor and touch screen


Hi list,
Recently I bought a Lenovo Joga 514-ib laptop with win 10. I have two questions:
1) Is it possible to disable touch screen? this laptop has ave touchpad and keyboard and sometimes i touch the screen by accident and move something somewhere. I can disable touchpad by pressing fn+F6, I mean disabling touch screen.
2) this question is general for win 10. Is it possible to disable monitor? On this laptop I have shortcut fn+F9 so I am the happy person. But some users reported to me that win+p and selecting external monitor doesn't work.


thanks


Ondrej


locked Re: Policy proposal: Windows 10 Mobile

Kevin Cussick
 

off list he said!

On 27/02/2016 11:36, Fred Adams wrote:
I vote NO!!

-----Original Message-----
From: Joseph Lee [mailto:joseph.lee22590@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 2:40 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: [win10] Policy proposal: Windows 10 Mobile

Hi folks,



With the upgrade from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile getting closer
and since we had one or two topics on Windows 10 Mobile, I'd like to propose
that we allow discussion of Windows 10 Mobile on this list. The advantages
include letting this forum serve as a truly central location for Windows 10
accessibility by including Win10Mobile and Narrator. A potential
disadvantage is message clutter and confusion between those using PC builds
and Mobile ones.



Question: Should Windows 10 Mobile topics, such as phone models, accessible
mobile apps, mobile Narrator and such be allowed on this list?



To respond to this proposal, simply send an email to win10+owner@groups.io
with your response (yes or no with additional comments). This vote will
close on March 3, 2016 at 23:59 UTC (3:59 PM Pacific, 6:59 PM Eastern and
other time zones), and a simple majority is all it'll take to adopt this
policy proposal. Thank you.

Cheers,

Joseph

Win10 Forum head list representative







Disabling monitor and touch screen

Ondrej Rosik <ondrej.rosik@...>
 

Hi list,
Recently I bought a Lenovo Joga 514-ib laptop with win 10. I have two questions:
1) Is it possible to disable touch screen? this laptop has ave touchpad and keyboard and sometimes i touch the screen by accident and move something somewhere. I can disable touchpad by pressing fn+F6, I mean disabling touch screen.
2) this question is general for win 10. Is it possible to disable monitor? On this laptop I have shortcut fn+F9 so I am the happy person. But some users reported to me that win+p and selecting external monitor doesn't work.


thanks


Ondrej


locked Re: Policy proposal: Windows 10 Mobile

Fred Adams <101abn@...>
 

I vote NO!!

-----Original Message-----
From: Joseph Lee [mailto:joseph.lee22590@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 2:40 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: [win10] Policy proposal: Windows 10 Mobile

Hi folks,



With the upgrade from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile getting closer
and since we had one or two topics on Windows 10 Mobile, I'd like to propose
that we allow discussion of Windows 10 Mobile on this list. The advantages
include letting this forum serve as a truly central location for Windows 10
accessibility by including Win10Mobile and Narrator. A potential
disadvantage is message clutter and confusion between those using PC builds
and Mobile ones.



Question: Should Windows 10 Mobile topics, such as phone models, accessible
mobile apps, mobile Narrator and such be allowed on this list?



To respond to this proposal, simply send an email to win10+owner@groups.io
with your response (yes or no with additional comments). This vote will
close on March 3, 2016 at 23:59 UTC (3:59 PM Pacific, 6:59 PM Eastern and
other time zones), and a simple majority is all it'll take to adopt this
policy proposal. Thank you.

Cheers,

Joseph

Win10 Forum head list representative


locked Re: Policy proposal: Windows 10 Mobile

 

Hi,

 

Note that “simple majority” means simple majority of votes cast, not member count. Thanks.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

From: Joseph Lee [mailto:joseph.lee22590@...]
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2016 11:40 PM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: [win10] Policy proposal: Windows 10 Mobile

 

Hi folks,

 

With the upgrade from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile getting closer and since we had one or two topics on Windows 10 Mobile, I’d like to propose that we allow discussion of Windows 10 Mobile on this list. The advantages include letting this forum serve as a truly central location for Windows 10 accessibility by including Win10Mobile and Narrator. A potential disadvantage is message clutter and confusion between those using PC builds and Mobile ones.

 

Question: Should Windows 10 Mobile topics, such as phone models, accessible mobile apps, mobile Narrator and such be allowed on this list?

 

To respond to this proposal, simply send an email to win10+owner@groups.io with your response (yes or no with additional comments). This vote will close on March 3, 2016 at 23:59 UTC (3:59 PM Pacific, 6:59 PM Eastern and other time zones), and a simple majority is all it’ll take to adopt this policy proposal. Thank you.

Cheers,

Joseph

Win10 Forum head list representative

 


locked Policy proposal: Windows 10 Mobile

 

Hi folks,

 

With the upgrade from Windows Phone 8.1 to Windows 10 Mobile getting closer and since we had one or two topics on Windows 10 Mobile, I’d like to propose that we allow discussion of Windows 10 Mobile on this list. The advantages include letting this forum serve as a truly central location for Windows 10 accessibility by including Win10Mobile and Narrator. A potential disadvantage is message clutter and confusion between those using PC builds and Mobile ones.

 

Question: Should Windows 10 Mobile topics, such as phone models, accessible mobile apps, mobile Narrator and such be allowed on this list?

 

To respond to this proposal, simply send an email to win10+owner@groups.io with your response (yes or no with additional comments). This vote will close on March 3, 2016 at 23:59 UTC (3:59 PM Pacific, 6:59 PM Eastern and other time zones), and a simple majority is all it’ll take to adopt this policy proposal. Thank you.

Cheers,

Joseph

Win10 Forum head list representative

 


Re: Problems with one drive.

Taylor Arndt <taylorarndt99@...>
 

I recommend using one drive it is amazing and a hold on my school stuff

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 26, 2016, at 4:45 PM, David Moore <jesusloves1966@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
one Drive is a folder on your computer if you have Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. You can put anything in this One Drive folder just like any other folder on your computer like Documents, for example. The difference with One Drive, is that the files and folders you put into One Drive, you can have them up loaded to your on line One Drive account to store them there. One Drive allows you to store files and folders in the cloud with your One Drive account. Setting up the on line account is free. Also, One Drive allows you to share files and folders with others that you have up loaded to your One Drive account. The neat thing is that all you have to do is to copy and paste the files and folders into your One Drive folder on your computer, and they automatically get up loaded to your on line account. So, One Drive has two really great purposes and many more. The two reasons I use it is to be able to store my files and folders on line, and to share those files and folders with others through a link that can be pasted into an email. You get 15 gigs for free, but if you up load your camera roll to One Drive, you get another 15 gigs for free, for a total of 30 gigs for free. So, that allows you to store 30 gigs of stuff on line. That is great right there. I hope this helps you a little to understand what One Drive is and what it can do for you. Please ask me or email me off line if you have any more questions. Have a great one.


-----Original Message----- From: sampath raj rao
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2016 9:59 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

Thank you sir, awaiting more responses then....
Now one more query pops up ....Is it something like google drive where
we create new docs online and save them in cloud?

On 2/25/16, Alan Robbins <alan1057@me.com> wrote:
Hello,

As far as I am aware, nothing is sent to one drive automatically. It may be
possible to set this up somehow but don't believe anything goes there
automatically. Hopefully someone on list will clarify if I'm incorrect

Al

-----Original Message-----
From: sampath raj rao [mailto:sampath.4187@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 9:35 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

Thank you sir, but how does it work? does it automatically takes back up of
all files pertaining to MS office like word, ppts, excel work sheets etc or
do I need to copy paste or send them to the drive as we do in dropbox?
I need to know it as I use a limited data plan for my internet and afraid
whether it might use my data in large...

On 2/24/16, T. Civitello <tcivi31@comcast.net> wrote:
How do you get rid of it? Just delete it? Tom

-----Original Message-----
From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:32 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

It is part of your ms account.
you can actually remove it from startup if you don't want it.
If you login with an ms account you will get 15gb and its all
intigrated to your os.
However unless you use office, pay for office 365, or need to do
business on the go you don't need it.
Everyone has one drive installed.
But if you don't need it it can be got rid of.



On 24/02/2016 1:43 a.m., sampath raj rao wrote:
Hi, what is one drive? I too find it in my win 10 machine. Do I need
an MS account for using it?

On 2/22/16, Kevin Cussick via Groups.io
<the.big.white.shepherd=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all, I installed Sophos Home last week maybe Friday, anyway
suddenly one drive says one drive processing changes, it never says
one drive up to date, it used to in the system tray, I stopped the
AV program Sophos Home from running closed one drive and started it
again same result on the machine threw the bedroom it is the same
machine exactly as this one in the living room, I don't have this
problem, I have signed out of one drive and then signed back in but
nothing any ideas I might take it back using window's restore but don't
really like using this program, any ideas would be good thanking you
all in advance P.S forgot to add using window's10 home 64 bit on both
machines..


.





Re: Problems with one drive.

David Moore
 

Hi,
one Drive is a folder on your computer if you have Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. You can put anything in this One Drive folder just like any other folder on your computer like Documents, for example. The difference with One Drive, is that the files and folders you put into One Drive, you can have them up loaded to your on line One Drive account to store them there. One Drive allows you to store files and folders in the cloud with your One Drive account. Setting up the on line account is free. Also, One Drive allows you to share files and folders with others that you have up loaded to your One Drive account. The neat thing is that all you have to do is to copy and paste the files and folders into your One Drive folder on your computer, and they automatically get up loaded to your on line account. So, One Drive has two really great purposes and many more. The two reasons I use it is to be able to store my files and folders on line, and to share those files and folders with others through a link that can be pasted into an email. You get 15 gigs for free, but if you up load your camera roll to One Drive, you get another 15 gigs for free, for a total of 30 gigs for free. So, that allows you to store 30 gigs of stuff on line. That is great right there. I hope this helps you a little to understand what One Drive is and what it can do for you. Please ask me or email me off line if you have any more questions. Have a great one.

-----Original Message-----
From: sampath raj rao
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2016 9:59 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

Thank you sir, awaiting more responses then....
Now one more query pops up ....Is it something like google drive where
we create new docs online and save them in cloud?

On 2/25/16, Alan Robbins <alan1057@me.com> wrote:
Hello,

As far as I am aware, nothing is sent to one drive automatically. It may be
possible to set this up somehow but don't believe anything goes there
automatically. Hopefully someone on list will clarify if I'm incorrect

Al

-----Original Message-----
From: sampath raj rao [mailto:sampath.4187@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 9:35 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

Thank you sir, but how does it work? does it automatically takes back up of
all files pertaining to MS office like word, ppts, excel work sheets etc or
do I need to copy paste or send them to the drive as we do in dropbox?
I need to know it as I use a limited data plan for my internet and afraid
whether it might use my data in large...

On 2/24/16, T. Civitello <tcivi31@comcast.net> wrote:
How do you get rid of it? Just delete it? Tom

-----Original Message-----
From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:32 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

It is part of your ms account.
you can actually remove it from startup if you don't want it.
If you login with an ms account you will get 15gb and its all
intigrated to your os.
However unless you use office, pay for office 365, or need to do
business on the go you don't need it.
Everyone has one drive installed.
But if you don't need it it can be got rid of.



On 24/02/2016 1:43 a.m., sampath raj rao wrote:
Hi, what is one drive? I too find it in my win 10 machine. Do I need
an MS account for using it?

On 2/22/16, Kevin Cussick via Groups.io
<the.big.white.shepherd=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all, I installed Sophos Home last week maybe Friday, anyway
suddenly one drive says one drive processing changes, it never says
one drive up to date, it used to in the system tray, I stopped the
AV program Sophos Home from running closed one drive and started it
again same result on the machine threw the bedroom it is the same
machine exactly as this one in the living room, I don't have this
problem, I have signed out of one drive and then signed back in but
nothing any ideas I might take it back using window's restore but don't
really like using this program, any ideas would be good thanking you
all in advance P.S forgot to add using window's10 home 64 bit on both
machines..





.













Re: Problems with one drive.

sampath raj rao
 

Thank you sir, awaiting more responses then....
Now one more query pops up ....Is it something like google drive where
we create new docs online and save them in cloud?

On 2/25/16, Alan Robbins <alan1057@me.com> wrote:
Hello,

As far as I am aware, nothing is sent to one drive automatically. It may be
possible to set this up somehow but don't believe anything goes there
automatically. Hopefully someone on list will clarify if I'm incorrect

Al

-----Original Message-----
From: sampath raj rao [mailto:sampath.4187@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 9:35 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

Thank you sir, but how does it work? does it automatically takes back up of
all files pertaining to MS office like word, ppts, excel work sheets etc or
do I need to copy paste or send them to the drive as we do in dropbox?
I need to know it as I use a limited data plan for my internet and afraid
whether it might use my data in large...

On 2/24/16, T. Civitello <tcivi31@comcast.net> wrote:
How do you get rid of it? Just delete it? Tom

-----Original Message-----
From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:32 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

It is part of your ms account.
you can actually remove it from startup if you don't want it.
If you login with an ms account you will get 15gb and its all
intigrated to your os.
However unless you use office, pay for office 365, or need to do
business on the go you don't need it.
Everyone has one drive installed.
But if you don't need it it can be got rid of.



On 24/02/2016 1:43 a.m., sampath raj rao wrote:
Hi, what is one drive? I too find it in my win 10 machine. Do I need
an MS account for using it?

On 2/22/16, Kevin Cussick via Groups.io
<the.big.white.shepherd=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all, I installed Sophos Home last week maybe Friday, anyway
suddenly one drive says one drive processing changes, it never says
one drive up to date, it used to in the system tray, I stopped the
AV program Sophos Home from running closed one drive and started it
again same result on the machine threw the bedroom it is the same
machine exactly as this one in the living room, I don't have this
problem, I have signed out of one drive and then signed back in but
nothing any ideas I might take it back using window's restore but don't
really like using this program, any ideas would be good thanking you
all in advance P.S forgot to add using window's10 home 64 bit on both
machines..





.













windows 10 phone

mattias <mj@...>
 

any blind users on this list own a windows 10 phone?
how to setup it without sight


touch screen

mattias <mj@...>
 

anyone uses win10 with touch with e.g jaws?


Re: creating the system tray

heather albright
 


Thanks, for the info!  Heather

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 5:29 PM
Subject: [win10] Re: creating the system tray

Heather,

          I will try to help but I don't use Classic Shell and that's a complicating factor that may make parts of what follows "not work" depending on what, exactly, Classic Shell manipulates.

          The easiest way to get to the System Settings, Notifications and Actions pane is to hit the Windows key, wait a second then type "show notifications" and the first thing returned in the results takes you directly there.  In that Pane, there are two pertinent links, depending on whether what you want to show or hide on the system tray is a system function or an application.  If you want to show or hide things like Volume, Clock, Battery, etc., then select the "Turn system icons on or off" link.  When that dialog opens you will be presented with a list of slider switches (which I think still get called checkboxes because they are on/off toggles just like a checkbox), one per system icon, and you can set it to on (show) or off (hide) in the system tray.

          If you're trying to show or hide specific application icons in the system tray, then select the "Select which icons appear on the taskbar" link.  You'll go in to a dialog somewhat like the one for the system icons.  There is only room for so many items to be shown on the system tray, and those that can't fit full time (and that you probably don't want in the full time area if you don't access them often) go to an overflow area that is accessed via an upward pointing chevron, which is announced, and shows these if you activate it.

          Hope that helps somewhat.

Brian


Re: creating the system tray

 

Heather,

          I will try to help but I don't use Classic Shell and that's a complicating factor that may make parts of what follows "not work" depending on what, exactly, Classic Shell manipulates.

          The easiest way to get to the System Settings, Notifications and Actions pane is to hit the Windows key, wait a second then type "show notifications" and the first thing returned in the results takes you directly there.  In that Pane, there are two pertinent links, depending on whether what you want to show or hide on the system tray is a system function or an application.  If you want to show or hide things like Volume, Clock, Battery, etc., then select the "Turn system icons on or off" link.  When that dialog opens you will be presented with a list of slider switches (which I think still get called checkboxes because they are on/off toggles just like a checkbox), one per system icon, and you can set it to on (show) or off (hide) in the system tray.

          If you're trying to show or hide specific application icons in the system tray, then select the "Select which icons appear on the taskbar" link.  You'll go in to a dialog somewhat like the one for the system icons.  There is only room for so many items to be shown on the system tray, and those that can't fit full time (and that you probably don't want in the full time area if you don't access them often) go to an overflow area that is accessed via an upward pointing chevron, which is announced, and shows these if you activate it.

          Hope that helps somewhat.

Brian


creating the system tray

heather albright
 

Hello, I  am a little confused about how to put items in the system tray!  My volume seems to disappear from the system tray!
I am running win ten pro on my pc and using classic shell to make my computer look like win7. I am using jaws 17 latest and NVDAlatest.
Also if anyone has detorials for how to save files in folders and the ribbon features, that would be greatly appreciated!
This is my second day with windows ten!
Thank you so much! Heather Albright
 
 


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Hi JAWS users,

The following might be a helpful event for you to attend.

Cheers,

Joseph

 

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Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 11:25 AM
To: Bob Acosta
Subject: [accesscomp] TEK TALK WELCOMES JOHN GASSMAN,KEYSTROKE TIPS FOR USING WINDOWS 10 WITH JAWS AND A DISCUSSION OF THE UPDATED TC CLIENT FOR THE IPHONE, FEBRUARY 29, MONDAY 8 PM EST, PAT PRICE ROOM: WWW.ACCESSIBLEWORLD.ORG

 

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Re: Problems with one drive.

Alan Robbins
 

Hello,

As far as I am aware, nothing is sent to one drive automatically. It may be possible to set this up somehow but don't believe anything goes there automatically. Hopefully someone on list will clarify if I'm incorrect

Al

-----Original Message-----
From: sampath raj rao [mailto:sampath.4187@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 9:35 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

Thank you sir, but how does it work? does it automatically takes back up of all files pertaining to MS office like word, ppts, excel work sheets etc or do I need to copy paste or send them to the drive as we do in dropbox?
I need to know it as I use a limited data plan for my internet and afraid whether it might use my data in large...

On 2/24/16, T. Civitello <tcivi31@comcast.net> wrote:
How do you get rid of it? Just delete it? Tom

-----Original Message-----
From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:32 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

It is part of your ms account.
you can actually remove it from startup if you don't want it.
If you login with an ms account you will get 15gb and its all
intigrated to your os.
However unless you use office, pay for office 365, or need to do
business on the go you don't need it.
Everyone has one drive installed.
But if you don't need it it can be got rid of.



On 24/02/2016 1:43 a.m., sampath raj rao wrote:
Hi, what is one drive? I too find it in my win 10 machine. Do I need
an MS account for using it?

On 2/22/16, Kevin Cussick via Groups.io
<the.big.white.shepherd=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all, I installed Sophos Home last week maybe Friday, anyway
suddenly one drive says one drive processing changes, it never says
one drive up to date, it used to in the system tray, I stopped the
AV program Sophos Home from running closed one drive and started it
again same result on the machine threw the bedroom it is the same
machine exactly as this one in the living room, I don't have this
problem, I have signed out of one drive and then signed back in but
nothing any ideas I might take it back using window's restore but don't
really like using this program, any ideas would be good thanking you
all in advance P.S forgot to add using window's10 home 64 bit on both
machines..





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Re: Problems with one drive.

sampath raj rao
 

Thank you sir, but how does it work? does it automatically takes back
up of all files pertaining to MS office like word, ppts, excel work
sheets etc or do I need to copy paste or send them to the drive as we
do in dropbox?
I need to know it as I use a limited data plan for my internet and
afraid whether it might use my data in large...

On 2/24/16, T. Civitello <tcivi31@comcast.net> wrote:
How do you get rid of it? Just delete it? Tom

-----Original Message-----
From: Shaun Everiss
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:32 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] Problems with one drive.

It is part of your ms account.
you can actually remove it from startup if you don't want it.
If you login with an ms account you will get 15gb and its all intigrated
to your os.
However unless you use office, pay for office 365, or need to do
business on the go you don't need it.
Everyone has one drive installed.
But if you don't need it it can be got rid of.



On 24/02/2016 1:43 a.m., sampath raj rao wrote:
Hi, what is one drive? I too find it in my win 10 machine. Do I need
an MS account for using it?

On 2/22/16, Kevin Cussick via Groups.io
<the.big.white.shepherd=googlemail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all, I installed Sophos Home last week maybe Friday, anyway
suddenly one drive says one drive processing changes, it never says
one drive up to date, it used to in the system tray, I stopped the
AV program Sophos Home from running closed one drive and started it
again same result on the machine threw the bedroom it is the same
machine exactly as this one in the living room, I don't have this
problem, I have signed out of one drive and then signed back in but
nothing any ideas I might take it back using window's restore but don't
really like using this program, any ideas would be good thanking you
all in advance P.S forgot to add using window's10 home 64 bit on both
machines..





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Re: junk folder?

billy inglis <william.inglis72@...>
 

hi Patrick, where do i go to activate Junk tracking

On 23/02/2016 18:22, Patrick Le Baudour wrote:
Hello,


By default, there is no junk folder.
Junk tracking must be activated for a junk folder to appear.

-- Patrick.

Le 23/02/2016 10:44, Billy Inglis a écrit :
hi guys, I'm new to thunderbird, and would like to know if there is a
junk folder in the client?, Billy
-- hi guys, I'm new to thunderbird, and would like to know if there is a
junk folder in the client?, Billy
Billy Inglis




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Billy Inglis


Re: junk folder?

billy inglis <william.inglis72@...>
 

hi Patrick, where do I activate Junk tracking?,Billy

On 23/02/2016 18:58, T. Civitello wrote:
Ever since Win 10 did an update a few days ago nearly everything in the
start menu has a jump file. Tom

-----Original Message----- From: Patrick Le Baudour
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 10:22 AM
To: win10@groups.io
Subject: Re: [win10] junk folder?

Hello,


By default, there is no junk folder.
Junk tracking must be activated for a junk folder to appear.

-- Patrick.

Le 23/02/2016 10:44, Billy Inglis a écrit :
hi guys, I'm new to thunderbird, and would like to know if there is a
junk folder in the client?, Billy
-- hi guys, I'm new to thunderbird, and would like to know if there is a
junk folder in the client?, Billy
Billy Inglis








--
Billy Inglis


One Drive Info

Raghavendra Janivarada
 

Hi Friends,
I am writing first mail to this group.
Kindly write what is One drive on Win10? How about its usage?
Thanks
Raghu