4 Useful Windows 10 Mail App Features That You Should Know

Mail app the default email app in Windows 10 is a useful tool for managing multiple email accounts and for composing email messages from each of them. Here are 4 useful features that make using it a lot more productive. 1. Linked inboxes: If there are multiple email accounts added to the Mail app, you can view all their email messages as a single inbox. This is by using the linked inboxes feature....

How To Use PDF Tools In Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge browser now has a PDF toolbar by which you can annotate the text in the PDF documents, draw in them, make the text audible, and so on. This is included with the Windows 10 October 2018 updates along with Learning Tools. Here is how to use these PDF tools in Edge: Open any PDF document in Edge. Hover at the top to see a PDF toolbar that will be available. This toolbar can be pinned/unpinned...

How To Schedule Calls In Skype

Skype calls and meetings can be scheduled using the Windows 10 calendar app. Also, you can directly schedule calls for contacts from within Skype even without sending an email invite. This feature is available from both the Skype desktop app as well as the web version. Here is how: Login to Skype and click on the contact for whom the call is to be scheduled. At the end of the message box, click on...

Add Outlines To Screen Captures Taken With Snip & Sketch In Windows 10

Snip & Sketch app in Windows 10 is useful for taking screenshots and annotating them. It can be configured to add a default outline or border to these captured screenshots or snips. Here is how: Open the Windows 10 search box (Win key + S) and type in Snip & Sketch. Choose the app and open it. Click on the ellipsis buttons at the right of the Snip & Sketch window that is displayed. Then...

Enable Periodic Scanning Of Windows 10 PC With Microsoft Defender

Microsoft Defender Antivirus can be set to periodically scan Windows 10 PCs even if a third-party antivirus product is installed and active. Here’s how: From the system tray, right-click on the Windows Security icon and select View security dashboard. Then click on Virus & threat protection. Scroll down to the Microsoft Defender Antivirus options section and expand it. Over here enable...