Last updated: February 2020 Applicable to: Office 365, 2016, 2013, 2019; Windows 7, 8 and 10. Here’s a question from Johny: Greetings Easytweaks team! A co-worker told me that he is using pst files in order to keep backups of his email box, calendar, journals and contact people. Could you elaborate more about how to … Read more
Last updated: February 2020 Tutorial applicability: Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013; Office 365 and Standard; Windows operating systems. Here’s a question i got the other day from one reader, who was looking for the settings to add Yahoo to Outlook 365 / 2019: “I am a long time user of Microsoft Outlook for managing my business … Read more
Note: This post content is applicable to Office 2019,2016, 2013, 2010; desktop and Office 365 versions; Windows 10, 8 and 7; Post updated on: May 2020 Here’s a question from Deanne: I work in the Retail industry. I use Outlook in order to manage my contact information. I am quite fond of Outlook as my … Read more
Securing your email account is a critical measure needed to safeguard your online privacy. Defining a strong password and storing it in a password keeping tool is a good first step. It is recommended to proactively change your password periodically to ensure your account stays protected. This post explains how you can easily reset your … Read more
Last updated:October 2019 The other day, a friend using Outlook 2013 as his email client, was inquiring about storing his personal data in offline Outlook personal folders. We typically refer to these files as PST files. They are useful for storing all correspondence related to a particular subject in a separate folder offline, so searching … Read more
Applicable to: Outlook.com on Windows (7,8,10), Android and IOS computers, as well as Apple Mail and other 3rd party mail apps on IOS. Last update: October 2019 This thread started as a question from one of our readers about how to change his Hotmail / Outlook.com / Microsoft Mail password across multiple devices he owns. … Read more
PerfLogs is a system generated folder, that is indeed safe to remove, but we’d recommend you to leave it as is.
If you’re looking forward to downgrading your Outlook 2010 just because it won’t sync with Google Calendar, we have some good news for you.