Microsoft Outlook is one of the commonly used email communication, especially for official communications. The application is famous for its ease of use, convenient settings and wide range of customization options. However, it can also be an inconvenience at times. Do you want to learn how to stop Outlook from saving emails in the Sent Items folder? Read on.
Many online services and applications require an account set up to use them. Some of them are created on the spur of the moment and may be no more in use. Any such old and forgotten accounts that you are not using may have key information such as your personal data, credit card details, and more. Our IT helpdesk from Perth will help you understand why you should delete these unused accounts and how to do it.
A phone or tablet is a very personal device and contains a lot of sensitive information about the user – from social media to banking applications. Whether you are selling the phone or handing it down to a family member, it’s crucial to wipe every piece of data in your phone. Our IT experts at Perth do a quick round-up of how to clear data from internal and external storage spaces and how to wipe your phone or tablet before you sell it.
Gmail is a popular application for email communication for both official and personal purposes. Gmail can become slow or non-functional due to a filled inbox – if you use Gmail extensively, this could significantly affect your work productivity. This is a very common issue we get at our IT helpdesk team in Perth – let’s hear from them some simple ways to resolve the space issue in your Gmail accounts.
Is your laptop not turning on? If you own a PC, it is impossible to have not come across this issue at least once. There can be many reasons why your laptop won’t turn on – faulty power button, battery or power cord issues, overheating or even internal component issues. Here are a few tips to fix a laptop that won’t turn on.
You were happily working away at your laptop, and – it suddenly froze you out? Our helpdesk in Perth gets panicked calls from customers who think that they may be witnessing a cyberattack. A freeze can be a symptom of any issues – software issues, a hardware problem, insufficient memory, or a malware attack.