How to Create multiple desktops in Windows 10

How to  create more then one desktop in Windows 10

One way to share a computer and stay organized is to have multiple, separate work space environments or “virtual desktops. In Windows 10 this is now possible and easy to do

Set Up Exchange E-Mail on an Android

Set Up Exchange E-Mail on an Android Mobile Phone

You can set up e-mail using an Exchange account on an Android mobile phone.
  1. From the Applications menu, select Email. This application may be named Mail on some versions of Android.
  2. Type your full e-mail address, for example, and your password, and then select Next.
  3. Select Exchange account. This option may be named Exchange ActiveSync on some versions of Android.
  4. Enter the following account information and select Next.
    • Domain\Username   Type your full e-mail address in this box. If Domain and Username are separate text boxes in your version of Android, leave the Domain box empty and type your full e-mail address in the Username box.
      On some versions of Android, you need to use the domain\username format. For example, if your e-mail address is, type\ Your username is your full e-mail address.
    • Password   Use the password that you use to access your account.
    • Exchange Server   Use the address of your Exchange server. To find this address, see “Finding the Server Name” later in this topic.
  5. As soon as your phone verifies the server settings, the Account Options screen displays. The options available depend on the version of Android on your device. The options may include the following:
    • Email checking frequency   The default value is Automatic (push). When you select this option, e-mail messages will be sent to your phone as they arrive. We recommend only selecting this option if you have an unlimited data plan.
    • Amount to synchronize   This is the amount of mail you want to keep on your mobile phone. You can choose from several length options, including One day, Three days, and One week.
    • Notify me when email arrives   If you select this option, your mobile phone will notify you when you receive a new e-mail message.
    • Sync contacts from this account   If you select this option, your contacts will be synchronized between your phone and your account.
  6. Select Next and then type a name for this account and the name you want displayed when you send e-mail to others. Select Done to complete the e-mail setup and start using your account.

    You may need to wait ten-to-fifteen minutes after you set up your account before you can send or receive e-mail.

Windows 10 Disable OneDrive Completely

How to Disable OneDrive in Windows 10

Disable OneDrive Everywhere in Windows and Apps
Press Win + R keyboard accelerator to open Run dialog box.
Type GPedit.msc and hit Enter or OK to open Local Group Policy Editor.

Navigate to Local Computer Policy -> Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> OneDrive. 
In the right pane, double click on policy named Prevent the usage of OneDrive for file storage
Select the Enabled radio button.

This policy setting lets you prevent apps and features from working with files on OneDrive.
If you enable this policy setting:

* Users can’t access OneDrive from the OneDrive app and file picker.
* Windows Store apps can’t access OneDrive using the WinRT API.
* OneDrive doesn’t appear in the navigation pane in File Explorer.
* OneDrive files aren’t kept in sync with the cloud.
* Users can’t automatically upload photos and videos from the camera roll folder.

If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, apps and features can work with OneDrive file storage.

One Drive sync issue - Credentials needed Error

Tips to resolve OneDrive sync issue -

When OneDrive stops syncing to a local computer and you receive the following error message
“Credentials needed, We need your credentials to sync some libraries.
 Please click here to sync now”.

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)
Right click and say Stop Syncing folder (it will give you a warning about permanently stopping this).
Now Go to c:\users\%username%\onedrive
Rename the folder to onedrive@ Yourinfo.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 workstation.
If the sync process does not start automatically, open a browser and go to Office365 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 area.

Windows 10 Back up and restore your files

Back up and restore your files

It's always good to have a backup. Keep copies of your files on another drive in case something happens to the originals.

Set up your backup

Select the Start Start icon button, then select Settings  > Update & security > Backup > Add a drive and choose an external drive or network location for your backups.

All set. Every hour, we’ll back up everything in your user folder (C:\Users\username). To change which files get backed up or how often backups happen, go to More options.
If you’re missing an important file or folder, here’s how to get it back:
  1. Search for Restore files from the task bar and select Restore your files with File History.
  2. Look for the file you need and then use the arrows to see all its versions.
  3. When you find the version you want, select the Restore button to save it in its original location. To save it in a different place, right-click (or press and hold) the Restore button, select Restore to, and then choose a new location.

Fix Google Sync Issues on your Android

So your having some issues with Google?

So first try removing and re-adding your Google Account,  because it's likely that something in your account
(e.g. bookmarks, history contacts etc is having trouble syncing..

So let's remove it,

Open the Chrome menu. Touch Settings. Touch your name. Under "Accounts," switch the slider to OFF. Touch OK.

Open the Android Settings app on your device.
Touch Apps > All > Chrome > Touch Force stop > OK.
Now let's open Chrome and Touch the Chrome menu > Settings >Touch Sign in to Chrome.>Choose an account and turn sync back on.

If the steps above don't work, check the Google Chrome sync settings on your device.

Open the Android Settings app on your device. Under Accounts lets touch Google.
Touch your email address. In the list that appears find "Chrome"and check to see if the check box next to it is selected.  Select the check box if it's not selected.

Sign in to Chrome and turn sync back on. Update your passphrase.

If you’ve set a sync passphrase on one computer, you’ll need to enter the same passphrase on all of your other computers you want to sync.

Open Chrome on your computer.
In the top right, click the icon you see: Menu or More Click Settings > Advanced sync settings.
You'll see one of the following:
“Your data was encrypted with your Google password If you ,,,,,
If you see this message, enter the sync passphrase that you created.

Update Chrome:
Sometimes, Chrome could have a hard time syncing if you're on an older version of the browser. Update to the newest version.

Chromebook users:
Talk to your administrator If you're using a Chromebook at work, school, or another group, your organization might change some of your sync settings. If you have problems, contact your administrator.