Uber is present in more than 80 countries and hundreds of cities around the world, including major cities like Washington, Miami, Bangalore, Singapore, London, Helsinki or Bucharest. Many members of our team use their services regularly and, after a while, we started wondering how much we ride with Uber. How many rides have we taken? How many miles have we ridden? How much time did we ride with Uber? How long did we wait for Uber to send us a driver? How do we rank against other active Uber users?
Are you using operating systems from Microsoft like Windows 10 or Windows 8.1? Are you using Office 365 or OneDrive? Do you have an Xbox console? Do you use Skype? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, chances are that you have a Microsoft account. You may call it in a different way but in Microsoft's dictionary, your account is a Microsoft account. In this article, we explain what a Microsoft account is, how to figure out if you have a Microsoft account and the benefits of using this account:
Do you want to use Microsoft products and services like Windows 10, Xbox, Skype, Office 365 or OneDrive? Then, in order to get access to all features and benefits, you need a Microsoft account. There are many ways to create one, including from Windows 10 or an Xbox console. However, the best way is to create a Microsoft account in a web browser and then use it to sign into the products and services that you want to use. Here's how to create a Microsoft account in just one minute, with and WITHOUT creating a Microsoft e-mail address:
During the last decade or so, smartphones have become a very important part of our lives and, as with anything else we own, we want to customize almost everything about them. This includes our ringtones - those sounds which reflect our preferences and help us know when our smartphone rings. Many people search and use ringtones created by others, but some - us included - prefer to create their own custom ringtones, using songs we like, preferred life mottos and so on.
Many users probably have their smartphones cluttered with a lot of apps they don't use or games they haven't played in ages. The logical course of action would be to remove them, to clear up the space for some useful stuff. In this article we will show you two ways to uninstall your apps and games from Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile in the easiest way possible. Let's go:How to remove an app from Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile using the Apps list
First, locate the app that you want to remove in the Apps list.
Microsoft has created a portal where anyone with a Microsoft account can view all the personal data that it is stored by this company on their servers. You can see the browsing history that Microsoft has about you, your search history, your location history, the data stored by Cortana in her notebook and your Microsoft Health activity. Here's how to review all this data and how to delete it, if you no longer wish for Microsoft to store it on their servers:
If you are using Xbox, Outlook.com, Windows 10, Office 365, Azure or other Microsoft products and services, you surely have a Microsoft account that you use to log in. You might call it your Xbox account, your OneDrive account or some other name but they all are, in the end, a Microsoft account. If you can't log into your account because you have forgotten your password, you must go online and reset it. You can't do it from the device or application where you are trying to use it. Here's how to reset the password for your Microsoft account:
We think all Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile users are familiar with installing apps using the Storeapp. Basically, all you have to do is open theStore, type the name of the app that you want on your smartphone and install it. But there's another way to do the same thing, using any web browser installed on your device. In this article we are going to show you how to install new apps on your smartphones with Windows 10 Mobile or Windows Phone, using this approach.
When you travel a lot, there are higher chances for your smartphone to run down its battery and you may not ble able to charge for another couple of hours. What can you do in these situations to squeeze the maximum possible time from your Windows smartphone's battery? Here are five tips you can try to make it last a little longer , that work on smartphones with Windows 10 Mobile or Windows Phone 8.1.:
One of the most essential things you need when you go on vacation is to get the right directions. Not really knowing where you are and how to get to your destination can ruin a trip, especially if you don't speak the local language to ask for directions. In such s ituations, your smartphone with Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile can be helpful because if offers you the opportunity to download maps and have them available offline, even when you don't have a 3G or 4G data connection available. This way, you can avoid roaming charges and be able to find your way, anywhere you go.