Windows 10 comes with the Mail app, which is your new default client to connect and manage all your email accounts from a single experience without having to load different websites to check your emails. Although the feature set isn't as large as the one found in the desktop version of Outlook, the Mail app for Windows 10 includes all the basic features that most users will need to manage the flow of emails in the day-to-day basis. And it supports all the popular services, such as Outlook, Exchange, Yahoo, Gmail, iCloud, and other services using custom POP and IMAP configuration. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to get started with the built-in Mail experience. How to start using the Mail app on Windows 10 The Mail app is one of the most complete and easy to use free client to manage one or multiple email accounts, and here are the steps to get started: Adding new email account To get started with the app, you must first connect at least one email service … [Read more...] about How to get started with the Mail app on Windows 10
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By Lynn Henning The Detroit News Published 12:18 p.m. UTC Jul 14, 2018 There had been the usual early instruction on twirling a fly-rod and reel — from Dave Richey, the late Detroit News outdoor writer and teammate, as well as from the Orvis staff during an all-day seminar nearly 30 years ago. But a brush-up was mandatory as I got ready for a Manitoba adventure, with northern pike the intended target. It spurred a call to Orvis in Royal Oak for a session with one of their aces, Jason Davis. And it helped mightily. The allure of fly-fishing is that It’s a more personal sensation. Using the weight of the line (generally a braided line coated in a synthetic) rather than the weight of the lure to toss something delectable a fish’s way; flipping the rod back and forth two or three times, stripping and adding line, keeping the sequence in reasonable rhythm, then shooting it 40 feet or so onto the water as the fly sinks and draws a fish, hopefully with an … [Read more...] about Fly-fishing: It’s easy to get started, and a joy to experience
caption You can get in a great high intensity interval circuit with a heavy bag. source Shutterstock/Jacob Lund High-intensity workouts are some of the best ways to improve health and athletic performance. With a short, intense interval workout, researchers have found that some people see benefits equal to or better than those from conventional exercise routines. Here’s how to get started. If you want to make the most of a short span of time for working out, consider a high-intensity workout. With brief bouts of high-intensity interval training, it’s possible to achieve or even exceed the physical benefits that people get from spending much longer periods of time working out. “Time is everything for people,” Jason Barone, a clinical director at an organization called Professional Physical Therapy, previously told Business Insider. “High-intensity training is kind of … [Read more...] about Shorter, high-intensity workouts offer the same benefits as longer, moderate ones — here’s how to get started and how it could transform your body
How should a college student interested in investing take their first step? I've read about mobile investing applications — are they a good first step?—Anonymous You've probably seen any number of investing apps in the news, on Instagram or in the app store. They look easy, simple and even fun. But are apps like Robinhood, Stash or Acorns good introductions for a beginner investor? How does a beginner figure out where to start? Related links: I'm 23. How do I start investing? Here's how experts recommend picking the platform that's right for you. Know your goals Before you start investing, you need to be in relatively OK financial shape. That means crafting (and sticking to) a budget, paying your monthly expenses, making an emergency fund and saving for retirement. A lot of novices assume investing can make you money quickly — a common mistake, says Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, senior vice president at Charles Schwab. "A lot of young people don't even know … [Read more...] about Are apps a good way to get started investing?
Your Amazon Echo has just arrived and you might have glanced at the quick-start guide, but beyond the basic setup, do you know the first things you should do with your new Echo? Alexa is the virtual assistant inside Amazon Echo devices - for a briefing on how Alexa works, check out What can Alexa do? We're about to run through our list of the top things to do to get started, but first check out this video for the basic steps including the initial set up with the Alexa app: Set up Echo with the Alexa app or a web browserAs we mentioned, your Amazon Echo guide will tell you to download the Alexa app from iTunes or Google Play, but some people struggle to set-up Echo this way and we've had more success using the web-based browser interface. You can use this link to setup a new device, whether that's setting up your Echo in the first place or adding other devices such as the Tap and Echo Dot, or adding other services.Although the Alexa app is great for general … [Read more...] about How to get started with Amazon Echo and Alexa