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  • Manage your email, schedules, contacts, and to-dos.

    What's new in Outlook 2013

    The first thing you’ll see when you open Outlook is a brand new look. It’s cleaner, but it’s also designed to help you focus on what’s important with a clear view of email, calendars, and contacts.

    Communicate

    Preview messages in the message list

    Know at a glance which messages to read and tackle first.

    Respond faster with inline replies

    Reply with one click by typing your response right in the Reading Pane. Or, start a Lync IM conversation for a real-time chat.

    Manage

    Sneak a peek

    Grab a quick glance at your schedule, an appointment, or details about someone you’re emailing—without, for example, having to switch from email to calendar or other modes.

    Quickly switch between the main Outlook elements

    Just above the status bar at the bottom of the screen, you’ll find a clearer view of Mail, Calendar, People, and Tasks, for easy navigation.

    Customize your Inbox

    Rename the folders in your Inbox and move them around to support the way you work.

    Find

    Find what you want, when you want

    Search email, attachments, calendar appointments and contacts to find the information you need fast.

    Will it be sunny or rainy?

    You don't have to find your local weather forecast because it's right there in Calendar view, along with current conditions.

  • Only if you currently have a device running Windows 8.1 (Core) operating system can you upgrade to Windows 8.1 Pro (Professional) using this Windows 8.1 Pro Pack (upgrade) product.

    Windows 8.1 Pro allows you to connect and share your files and also adds enhanced features if you need to connect to company networks, access remote files, encrypt sensitive data, and access to other more advanced tasks. To access your PC, Microsoft has replaced a standard PIN or password with a swipe gesture; unlock your PC by clicking or swiping present locations you've selected on the lock screen. New functions also allow you to search for your favourite software programs, open, close, hide, resize, or run multiple apps simultaneously with the swipe of a finger or a swipe of the mouse.

    Finally, Windows 8 also gives you the ability to 'refresh' it-self to give users a new starting point and a cleaner version of Windows. Use BitLocker Drive Encryption to help protect your files on an entire drive. BitLocker can help block hackers from accessing the system files they rely on to discover your password, or from accessing your drive by physically removing it from your PC and installing it in a different one.

    With Remote Desktop you can connect your PC to a PC in another location, like your work PC to your home PC and use all of your apps, files, and network resources as if you were sitting right in front of your work PC. You can leave apps open at work and then see those same apps on your home PC. Watch, pause, and record HDTV, watch DVDs, listen to your tunes, show off your photos, and enjoy online shows. All in one place with Windows Media Centre - a whole PC entertainment system. System requirements: 1Ghz processor 2G.

    MICROSOFT helpline: 0844 800 2400.
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