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Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set alarms on my phone - Alarm volume and ringtones
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Set alarms on my phone - Alarm volume and ringtones Alarm volume is separate from the overall phone volume and can't be changed. As long as your phone is on, your alarms will still ring out nice and loud even if you turn down or silence the phone volume. So be careful to tur...
2016-06-19, 1834👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Add ringtones to my phone - To add a ringtone using a Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 PC
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Add ringtones to my phone - To add a ringtone using a Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 PC Connect your phone to your PC, then do one of the following: On a Windows Vista or Windows 7 PC, click Start, and then click Computer. On a Windows 8 PC, click Desktop, click File...
2014-06-23, 1320👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Add ringtones to my phone - Add your own files from a compute
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Add ringtones to my phone - Add your own files from a compute There a couple ways to get sound files from your PC or Mac onto your phone: Use a Windows Phone app. You can use one of the Windows Phone apps to get ringtones from your Windows 7 or Windows 8 computer or your Mac...
2014-06-23, 1295👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keep your phone and data safer
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keep your phone and data safer Windows Phone has a lot of built-in features, like device encryption and device management, to help keep your data more safe and secure. You can also use these features to help keep the info on your phone safe.
2014-06-20, 1384👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Get custom apps from your company
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Get custom apps from your company Companies can create a company account for Windows Phone, and then offer a Hub for apps that are made just for your company. This lets you go to one place on your phone and use apps that are specifically designed for the work you do.
2014-03-20, 1439👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Share meeting notes
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Share meeting notes Does your team take meeting notes in a Microsoft OneNote notebook that's shared on SkyDrive or SharePoint? If they do, you can view and edit the notes on your phone using Microsoft OneNote Mobile. So even if you’re away from the office or couldn't attend ...
2014-03-20, 1395👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Work on Office documents
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Work on Office documents With your Windows Phone, you can work on Microsoft Office documents that might be in a variety of places—on your phone, opened from email, on Microsoft SkyDrive, or on a Microsoft SharePoint or SharePoint Online site. Just go to the Office Hub to ope...
2014-03-19, 1489👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Get in touch with people from work
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Get in touch with people from work The People Hub lets you get in contact with coworkers and business contacts. They can be contacts that appear after you set up your email account (such as a Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft Office 365 account) for work. Or they can be contac...
2014-03-19, 1417👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keep on top of things with Outlook Mobile
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Keep on top of things with Outlook Mobile Microsoft Outlook Mobile is on your phone and lets you send and receive email, use your calendar, and work on your to-do list. A lot of the same things you do in Microsoft Outlook on your computer you can do right on your phone.
2014-03-18, 1506👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Stay connected
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Stay connected A big part of staying in touch with people is getting connected and staying that way. You can use your cellular connection when you're out and about, and then connect to a Wi-Fi network when one's in range that you can connect to—at home, in the office, at the...
2014-03-18, 1501👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Start your work day
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Start your work day Get your day started with a glance at your Start screen. With Live Tiles, you can see what’s new—including new email, calls, voicemails, messages, and more. If you get apps from the Windows Phone Store, you can pin them to Start along with many other thin...
2014-03-17, 1347👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Use my phone for work
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Use my phone for work Even if you’re away from the office, you can still get work done and stay in touch with coworkers using your Windows Phone. Here are some things you can do to use your phone for work.
2014-03-17, 1287👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - To delete a card or coupon
Windows Phone 8 Basics - To delete a card or coupon In the App list, tap Wallet Wallet Tile. Find the item you'd like to delete, tap and hold it, tap Delete, and then tap Yes. Note If you see a message saying "Additional action required" when you try to delete a card, it means you need to go online ...
2014-03-14, 1289👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - To add a coupon
Windows Phone 8 Basics - To add a coupon In the App list, tap Wallet Wallet Tile. On the Deals pane, tap Add Add icon, and then do one of the following: To search for coupons near you, tap Find deals. If you find a coupon you'd like to add to your Wallet, tap it, and then tap Save for later. To add ...
2014-03-14, 1390👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - To add a loyalty or membership card
Windows Phone 8 Basics - To add a loyalty or membership card In the App list, tap Wallet Wallet Tile. On the All pane, tap Add Add icon, and then tap Other. Your phone will search for available apps that are compatible with Wallet. Do one of the following: If your phone finds an app that matches you...
2014-03-13, 1391👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - To redeem a gift card
Windows Phone 8 Basics - To redeem a gift card You can redeem a Windows Store gift card or promotional gift card right on your Windows Phone 8—then use it to buy apps, games, and more from the Windows Phone Store, Windows Store, and select Xbox stores. You'll need a Microsoft account to get started....
2014-03-13, 1348👍, 0💬

XPAGE3C.DLL 14.0 - Page Management Module for ScanSoft SDK
XPAGE3C.DLL 14.0 is the "Page Management Module for ScanSoft SDK" DLL file included in "ScanSoft API" produced by "Microsoft Corporation". XPAGE3C.DLL is probably installed as part of "Microsoft Office 2010". More information, go to Microsoft Office Web site. File Size and location: File name: XPAGE...
2014-03-12, 1338👍, 0💬

XLICONS.EXE 14.0 - Microsoft Office 2010 component
XLICONS.EXE 14.0 is the "Microsoft Office 2010 component" executable file included in "Microsoft Office 2010" produced by "Microsoft Corporation". XLICONS.EXE is probably installed as part of "Microsoft Office 2010". More information, go to Microsoft Office Web site. File Size and location: File nam...
2014-03-12, 1825👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - To add a credit or debit card for Windows Phone Store purchases
Windows Phone 8 Basics - To add a credit or debit card for Windows Phone Store purchases Before you can add a card to buy apps, games, music, and videos in the Windows Phone Store, you'll need to sign in on your phone with a Microsoft account. To learn more, see Microsoft account. In the App list, t...
2014-03-10, 1403👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Why do I get an error when I try to delete a card?
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Why do I get an error when I try to delete a card? Payment cards that are set up on your Microsoft account for app and music purchases can't be deleted directly from your phone. If you see an "Additional action required" error after trying to delete a card, try the following...
2014-03-10, 1252👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - What are Fast Cards?
Windows Phone 8 Basics - What are Fast Cards? Fast Cards are a way for you to make NFC transactions quickly—exactly how quickly is up to you. If you have a card that you use often, you can set it up as a Fast Card. Then, in Wallet settings, you can change how easily you want to be able to access tha...
2014-03-07, 1267👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - Why can't I make NFC transactions with my phone?
Windows Phone 8 Basics - Why can't I make NFC transactions with my phone? While every Windows Phone 8 has a Wallet Hub, not all support NFC transactions. The easiest way to check and see if your phone supports NFC transactions is to go to your Wallet settings. In Wallet, tap More More icon, and then...
2014-03-06, 1368👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - What is NFC?
Windows Phone 8 Basics - What is NFC? NFC stands for near field communication, a technology that allows two devices to "talk" to each other wirelessly at close range. Here are some of the ways you can use NFC with Windows Phone 8: To share photos and more – Tap your phone to another NFC-capable devi...
2014-03-06, 1320👍, 0💬

Windows Phone 8 Basics - What's a Wallet PIN?
Windows Phone 8 Basics - What's a Wallet PIN? A Wallet PIN is a numeric password that you can set up to protect access to your Wallet. The PIN can also prevent unwanted NFC payments and protect your purchases in the Windows Phone Store. Your Wallet PIN is different from your lock screen password. Wh...
2014-03-05, 1317👍, 0💬

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