Windows Explorer contains Office 365 OneDrive folder for work but no personal folder.

Mouse right-click on the work Office365 folder to display the context menu.

Select “Settings”

Under the OneDrive tab select “Add an Account”.

Follow the instructions to add the personal microsoft account – which has 5GB of storage without a paid account.

The personal OneDrive folder will appear in Windows Explorer if the microsoft account is valid.

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Trying to take a screenshot of a context menu in Windows 10 , and keeping multiple screenshots on the clipboard before pasting can be achieved as follows.

  1. Display the context menu e.g. right click on a folder in Windows explorer
  2. Enter simultaneously on the keyboard: Win-key, shift, S. This will display the screenshot menu at the top of the screen, but the context menu will still be visible.
  3. Select the screen shot by positioning the cursor on the screen, click and hold muse left button, move cursor to bottom right cornet of area and release left mouse.
  4. Enter on keyboard simultaneously the two keys: win-key-V

Having broken the screen on my previous Galaxy S4 phone, as it dropped from an overcrowded table, I bought a replacement from a chap living next to a kebab shop on Lea Bridge Road. This phone had a non upgradeable operating system in that the Samsung utilities, Kies and Smart Switch, didn’t offer any upgrades. I have a feeling through a “Bell Wallet” app that this  phone came from Canada. After the usual hours of faffing and heart stopping crashes and boot loops, I managed to 1 get USB connection active 2) root the phone 3) install alternate recovery ( which I understand makes the installation of an alternate firmware easier than the standard software) 4) installed CM13 which is based on Android 6. Yes! Lovely! No bloatware apps. The UI just seems to flow more easily than the delivered Android 4.4.

See: http://www.howtogeek.com/142044/how-to-turn-a-raspberry-pi-into-an-always-on-bittorrent-box/

Rather than the downloads of BBC podcasts coming to my laptop and I have to run the dowload client explicitly, I want the data to go direct to the file server and to be running in the background. Deluge is already installed on the pi and promises a Web interface (thin client? I’m not so sure) to add or remove podcasts.

 

 

 

 

New Acer laptop – courtesy Simon Vaughan-Long. Very smooooooth …

Data server – running FreeNas – salvaged from Martin Shields

Ethernet over the main – courtesy of Comtrend, BT and EBay. Documentation crap, fiddly to setup, stable, throughput performance OK, usefulness 10/10 when wireless signal is poor