Google "Aw, Snap!" Page crash

If you're getting the "Aw, snap" error page, this means that Chrome is having problems loading a webpage you're trying to see.

Usually, you can reload the page to fix the error.

On your computer: In the top left, click the reload button .

On your mobile device: In the top right, touch the Chrome menu  > Reload. Or, drag the page down and release. Close other tabs

Your computer might not have enough memory available to load the site. Computers rely on memory to run apps, extensions, and programs. Low memory can cause them to run slowly or stop working.

Close every tab except for the one that’s showing the "Aw, snap" message, then try reloading that tab.

Try Restarting your device (computer Android etc) and try loading the page again. Still not working?

If most sites load normally but one site is crashing, that site might be causing the problem. Try refreshing the page a few times again by clicking on the blue Reload button on the "Aw, snap

Connect Windows 8 and Your Xbox 360

Connect Windows 8 to an Xbox 360

If you have an Xbox 360 console in your home you can connect your Windows 8 computer to it. This gives you the advantage of being able to enjoy your music, photos, and videos on your TV.

You can connect your Windows 8 computer to your Xbox 360 console through the Xbox Companion App which you can download for free from the Windows Store.

Connecting to Your Xbox 360 Using the Xbox Companion App

The Xbox Companion app allows you to remotely control your Xbox 360 console from your Windows 8 computer. This includes being able to easily manage your Xbox Live account settings and games, and to use a Windows 8 tablet as a remote gaming control for the Xbox console.

When you first start the Xbox Companion App, you will be asked to make your Xbox 360 console available. You do this on the Xbox console itself from the Dashboard by opening Settings, then Console Settings, then Xbox Companion and changing the status to Available.

Changing this status setting will make sure that Windows 8 can detect the Xbox console.

To connect your Windows 8 computer to your Xbox 360 console, you will need to be logged in to
both the computer and the Xbox using the same Microsoft account (your Xbox Live account).

When you connect your Xbox 360 console to your computer using the Windows Media Center software on your desktop or laptop computer, you can share your pictures, music, and videos with the console and enjoy it on your TV.

To do this, you will need Windows Media Center installed on your computer.
You can check by going to the All Apps view where, if Media Center is in- stalled, it will appear in the Windows Accessories section. If you don’t have Media Center installed, it is a chargeable extra that you can buy by searching for Add Features at the Start screen and selecting Add Features to Windows 8 from the Settings search results.

You will need to buy an upgrade to Windows 8, which you can do by clicking the I want to buy a product key online button, which will upgrade you to the full version of Windows 8 Pro with Media Center

To connect your Xbox 360 console to your Windows 8 computer using Windows Media Center
start Windows Media Center from the Video panel on your Xbox 360 Dashboard and follow the simple instructions.

Connecting to Other Devices in Your Home
While you can use HomeGroup to share files and printers between other Win- dows 7 and Windows 8 computers in your home, and you can use the Xbox Companion App or Windows Media Center to connect to an Xbox 360 con- sole, you can also connect your Windows 8 computer to other networked devices in your home. These could include a USB hard disk plugged into your Internet router or a wireless printer. There are a couple of ways that you can do this.

Connecting to Devices from the Charms Menu
Open the Charms menu and select Devices to see other hardware devices you can use and access from your Windows 8 computer. Not all devices will appear

Microsoft OneDrive what's it all about?

What is one drive and how do you use it?

What is OneDrive Useful for?
OneDrive is useful for accessing your data from anywhere you have an internet connection as well as from various mobile devices. OneDrive offers 1 TB of storage as well as real-time collaboration.

How do I access my OneDrive account?

To access your OneDrive account, go to https://office365. and sign-in with your Microsoft account ID & Password

What does it mean to Sync data to my local computer?
Syncing your data means that you will have a copy on a local computer as well as in the cloud. You can easily save documents directly into your local folder. The data is then "copied up" to the cloud.

Can I put sensitive data on OneDrive?

OneDrive is an off-premise cloud based solution. What that means is that your files are stored in a Microsoft Data Center. If you find that you need to share sensitive information, you should turn on Auditing. This will give you a way to track your documents if something was to happen.

How do I turn on auditing?

To turn auditing on, go to the "gear" icon (upper right hand corner) and select Site Settings. Under Site Collection Administration, go to Site Collection Audit Settings and specify which things to audit. It's  recommend you check all of the boxes under "Documents and Items" and "Lists, Libraries, and Sites".

How do I create a new folder?
From a web browser, click on Files in the upper left hand corner. Click on "New Folder".

If you have installed the sync client, you can create a new folder just like you normally would on your local computer.

How do I upload a file?
You can upload a document by logging on to your account with a browser, and dragging/dropping a document into your document depository in the area where it says "drag files here".

You can also install the sync client. Once you have done that, it is just like a document library on your local computer currently called OneDrive.  You can save directly from all Office products (e.g. Word, Excel) by clicking “Save As” and selecting your local synced folders. If you put a file or folder in the sync area on your local computer, it will automatically sync to the cloud.

Be thoughtful about the data you put in your sync area. OneDrive is always available through any web browser from any computer, anywhere with internet access.

How to I share a file?

To share a file, click on the 3 dots next to the folder name (…) or click on the "lock" symbol. Select "Invite Others". To add users within your company or contact's,  type in the user's last name and select from the directory. If the person you want to add is not listed, just type in their email address.

If you want to share a file anonymously, open your document and go to Sharing. Select "Get a Link". You can create a "read only" or "edit" link to send to anyone via email. Just remember, anyone you send this link to can forward the email to anyone they choose. There is no tracking of who made changes to your document if you made an "edit" link.

How do I share a folder?

To share a folder, click on the 3 dots next to the folder name (…) or click on the "lock" symbol. Select "Invite Others". To add users simply follow the steps above.

Please note: To share an entire folder, all users must have a Microsoft account. If the user does not have a Micrisoft account, they should setup a personal Microsoft account. To create a personal Microsoft account, please go here: Microsoft Account Sign-Up

How do I tell who I have shared a document with?
Highlight the file name and select the "group" symbol (looks like 3 users). You can see who you have shared a file with from here. You can also click the 3 dots next to the file name and it will open up "Share with" section.

Can OneDrive do real-time online collaboration?

Yes, OneDrive can do real-time online collaboration. You have to open the document in Office Web Apps. In the upper right hand corner, you will see when someone is also editing the file. You will see a flag while the other person is typing.

Can I create a new document in the browser?

Yes, you can create a new document by clicking on "new document" in the main area of your document repository. It will automatically use Office Web Apps to create the document. You can switch to using your "full" Office application (e.g. Word) by going to the File menu and click on "open in Word". This will give you the full functionality of your local Office apps.

What happens when I delete a file? Can I get it back?

When you delete a file, it goes into the Recycle Bin for 90 days. After 90 days, it gets deleted permanently. To get a file back from the recycle bin, go to the "gear" in the upper right hand corner and select "Site Contents". The Recycle Bin is on the right. You may restore a file from there or permanently delete a file.

How to I install the desktop client for Windows?
If you have Office 2013, you do NOT need to install the client. It is already installed for you.

If you have Office 2010, the Windows desktop sync can be downloaded here:

What apps are there for OneDrive

There are apps for all OS. The Mac sync client is still in "preview" or "beta". You may download the preview client here. In the next generation sync client, there will be selective sync which will allow you to pick which folder you want to sync.

Is this replacing any services?
OneDrive replaced Xythos and MyFiles Basic.

How to Solve Sync Issues for Microsoft's One Drive Personal & business

If you can't sync files between your computer and One Drive, It might be due to problems with the One Drive

Let's  make sure you do not have another machine trying to sync data.

Always try Repair first
(Repair creates an Archive folder in c:\users\%username%\OneDrive for Business Archive folder. Then it attempts to fix the issues). 
Always try this first!
Go to your tray (bottom right hand corner) and right click on your cloud and say "Repair".

Go to your tray (bottom right hand corner) and right click on your cloud and select "Repair"

Go to the OneDrive cloud in the tray (bottom right hand corner - see above)

If that does not work (i.e. if your sync issues do not go away), Stop Syncing and follow this process:

Go to the OneDrive cloud in the tray (bottom right hand corner - see above)

Right click and say Stop Syncing folder (it will give you a warning about permanently stopping this). That is ok.
Go to c:\users\%username%\onedrive @ ........
Rename the folder to onedrive@ Your Info_old.  This will preserve the old data.
Shut down any Microsoft products (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.)
Start Task Manager (Ctrl+Alt+Del)
End the following processes:  groove.exe, msosync.exe

Check to make sure you have Hidden Files/Folders turned on by going to
"This PC" and selecting the View tab.  Check the box for "Hidden Items".
Go to c:\users\%username%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Office\SPW - delete everything in here.
Close the window.
Go to c:\users\%username%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Office\15.0\OfficeFileCache - delete everything in here.  Close the window.

Restart your computer
If the sync process does not start automatically, open a browser and go to sign in and select OneDrive.

Click on Sync and let it create a new sync folder
If there are files missing, you will have to go to your _old folder and copy the files to your new sync area.

Restart your computer
If the sync process does not start automatically, open a browser and go to
>login and select OneDrive.
Click on Sync and let it create a new sync folder
If there are files missing, you will have to go to your _old folder and copy the files to your new sync folder.

Hope this has helped!!