How to add or remove a password from your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, to keep your data secure and private
You can add or remove a password from an Excel spreadsheet through the File tab. Setting a password on your Excel spreadsheet is a great way to keep it secure, but can be annoying if you're opening the same file often. Adding or removing a password from your Excel spreadsheet is quick and easy, though the process varies slightly for Mac and PC users.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.If you want your Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to have a little more protection, you can encrypt its data by setting a password. You can also remove the password at any time.
Microsoft claims that this allows the Surface Pro X to run for around 13 hours on a charge. It also has the same fast charging that Microsoft introduced So expanding storage after the fact is a non-issue. Of course, the device supports Microsoft ’ s new Surface Pro X Signature Keyboard with Slim Pen
Surface Pro X: Up to 13 hours of battery life based on typical Surface device usage. Testing conducted by Microsoft in September 2019 using preproduction software and preproduction configurations of Surface Hard drive is only removable by skilled technician following Microsoft provided instructions.
Microsoft's Surface Pro X tablet looks and feels incredibly slick; from the stealthy looking all-black anodised aluminium finish and curved edges to the way the redesigned Surface Pen smartly hides away into an innocuous magnetic charging cradle above the keyboard. But the decision to go with a processor using mobility-focused ARM architecture, as opposed to an x86 architecture used in many Intel and AMD PC chips today, produces mixed results.
With its thinner bezels, the Surface Pro X packs a larger 13-inch 2880x1920 resolution display into a frame that is thinner and lighter than the Surface Pro 7. At just 7.33mm thin and 775 grams, the Surface Pro X is on par with Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro and, coupled with the versatile built-in kickstand, extended tablet use is much more comfortable.
Amazon Web Services brags about snagging a key customer from Microsoft: The Seattle Seahawks, owned by late Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen
Amazon Web Services announced on Monday that it had nabbed the Seattle Seahawks as a customer, largely thanks to the fact that the National Football League (NFL) itself is a big AWS user. This is a big score for Amazon because the Seahawks have deep ties to Microsoft: The Seahawks are famously owned by the estate of Paul Allen, the late cofounder of Microsoft. And until now, the Seahawks remained firmly on Team Microsoft, and were using the Microsoft Azure cloud.
Surface Book 2 is a robust laptop, powerful tablet, and portable studio that adapts to the ways you work Detach the screen to transform Surface Book 2 into a thin , powerful, and lightweight Intel® Available only at retail stores and Microsoft online stores in the United States (including Puerto Rico)
Microsoft has unveiled the Surface 3, a thinner , smaller, and less expensive version of its suddenly successful Surface Pro 3 PC-tablet. Laptops are designed for getting stuff done, but you wouldn't want to read a book on them. The Surface is a laptop that looks and acts like a tablet.
The downside is that the black finish around back is a fingerprint magnet and easily picks up nicks and scratches. There's no headphone jack or SD card slot either which are odd omissions given that other 2-in-1 PCs including Microsoft's own Surface Pro have them.
The Pro X offers always-on 4G connectivity via the physical SIM card tray or eSIM, and features a replaceable SSD for storage which is rare for a device in this category.
Microsoft's SQ1 ARM chip sits at the heart of the device and is part of the reason the Surface Pro X can be so thin and light. It's more powerful than any other ARM-based PC on the market — such as Samsung's Galaxy Book 2 — produces barely any heat and allows the PC to start instantly, but it isn't as powerful as the Surface Pro 7 or Apple's iPad Pro.
NASA's space pallet concept could land rovers on the moon cheaply and simply
Establishing an enduring presence on the Moon will mean making a lot of landings — and NASA researchers want to make those landings as reliable and cheap as possible. Detailed in a technical paper published today, the lander is a sort of space pallet: a strong, basic framework that could be a unit in many a future mission. It's still a concept and doesn't really have a name, so space pallet will do for now.
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My surface pro 3 only comes with 1 USB 3.0 port, that means I need an extra USB hub for both my mouse and keyboard if I am not using Bluetooth one. I am not a professional designer so the screen and color looks fine for me. The external display design brings another cost of money. There is a one
But using the mobility-focused ARM architecture in the PC world has its drawbacks, since most desktop applications are designed to run on more traditional x86 chips.
Practically anything you download from Microsoft's own app store, like Office or the new Chromium-based Edge browser, will run fine. But most programs you get from elsewhere run through an emulation layer, resulting in a slight performance hit. Many more demanding applications that professionals might use, such as Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom, won't run at all.
ARM also lacks support for modern game engines, so gaming is pretty much out of the question.
In my testing I found app compatibility to be a bit of a crapshoot, with some apps like Netflix and Stan letting me watch one video before crashing, and Dropbox not working at all. Even Microsoft's own 'Your Phone' app ran extremely poorly with constant connectivity issues. Other hardware accessories and peripherals such as printers, unless their drivers have been designed for a Windows 10 ARM-based PC.
An anonymous Microsoft engineer appears to have written a chilling account of how Big Oil might use tech to spy on oil field workers
An anonymous Microsoft engineer has claimed managers working on a major oil extraction project called Tengizchevroil (TCO) proposed using tech to spy on staff working in their oil fields. Writing in Logic Magazine, the engineer recounted how TCO managers wanted to use artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data from GPS trackers to analyse CCTV video footage to track workers' behaviour. TCO is a joint venture between Chevron and ExxonMobil, as well as the Kazakh state-owned oil firm KazMunayGas and LukArko, a subsidiary of Russian oil firm Lukoil.
Microsoft describes the Surface Pro as the “most versatile laptop”, and that is simply what it is. While the Surface Pro 3 took on the label of “tablet that can replace your laptop”, in reality, the Surface was a hobbled tablet that could be used in short bursts as a tablet, but couldn’t really replace a traditional
Microsoft seems content with the Surface Pro ' s design at this point. The entire tablet is nearly identical to the 2015 Surface Pro 4, which looked a lot like the Surface Pro 3. It' s a reasonably thin 12-inch tablet with a nice, adjustable kickstand. The only real change you'll notice here is the keyboard, which
The problem is that there is really no definite way to know what will work and what won't before buying, as Microsoft doesn't maintain any sort of online resource when it comes to app compatibility and doesn't communicate the issue well to consumers.
I did come across a community initiative on Reddit that lists the apps that are supported and not supported on the Surface Pro X based on user testing, which can be viewed.
Microsoft's app solution has implications for battery life too, as emulating apps consume more juice. My battery life was as low as 6 hours when using an x86 app like Google Chrome, but switching to Microsoft's ARM-based Edge browser boosted battery life closer to the 9 hour mark. While that's impressive for a device this thin and light, it's just an hour more runtime than the more capable Surface Pro 7 and well below other ARM-powered Windows PCs.
Overall I really like the Surface Pro X but I would be hesitant to recommend it to most people since it simply isn't as capable or as versatile as the Surface Pro 7. The Pro X also starts at an eye-watering $2129 for the base 128GB model with the detachable keyboard and Surface Slim Pen; that's $400 more than a similarly equipped Surface Pro 7.
The Pro X is for a very specific type of user; one that values mobility and 4G connectivity above all else and is willing to live with the compromises that come with it. If your workflow primarily consists of using a web browser and apps downloaded from the Microsoft Store, then the Surface Pro X is worth the premium. Others looking for more of a general purpose 2-in-1 will be better served elsewhere.
Microsoft is handing out around 250 'ugly' Windows XP holiday sweaters that everyone wants but no one can buy .
Microsoft made another batch of "ugly" holiday sweaters that a lot of people want, but that they most likely can't have. This year's theme is Windows XP, with the iconic "Bliss" desktop wallpaper knitted on the sweater. Just like last year, the sweater can't be bought - Microsoft is giving them away to certain Windows fans on Twitter. Only around 250 were made, and Microsoft's official Twitter account for Windows has 6.3 million followers. Good luck. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Microsoft is at it again with its 2019 holiday season "ugly" sweater.