I recently transferred Comcast services from one address to another at the same state. I did the transfer request online and carried the quipments with me including the Gateway modem and the TV box and even the cable cords. Everything went OK at the new address until I got this bill here
A bill for $630 from Comcast!
After absorbing the shock for few minutes I immediately grabbed the phone (AT&T phone) and called them right away.
It turns out that this is a standard bill that everybody will get when transferring service.! It’s the cost of the equipment that were not returned! Then once they confirm you are continuing with them and using the same equipment they will then wipe off the charges. Seriously, isn’t that weird, why do you send a bill for a customer who just transferred the address across the street.
Dear Comcast, see if you can avoid sending such weird $600+ bills in the future.
So when you are trying to make OneDrive available offline you will search Google and you will land on a Microsoft support page where it says that you can right click on the OneDrive folder and you will see the option of making it offline. However, that applies to Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 only.
For Windows 7, OneDrive is already offline! See the screenshot above where you can see in the properties that the entire OneDrive is on local disk.
I switched to Outlook.com after using Gmail for several years. I was giving Microsoft another chance, after all we all loved the Windows guys and Outlook.com is an Activesync Exchange server so your emails, calendar, contacts, and notes get synchronized in the cloud and you will always see updated versions wherever you are and whatever Internet-connected device you use. Plus, I’ve always used the MS Office Outlook as my email client on my PC so why not try their new 21st century cloud-based service.
However my dreams did not come true. As you can see in the screenshot above it’s often having problems and their server frequently goes down. In fact their Calendar never get updated in time (am talking like one day and it’s not updated).
Microsoft should not wonder why the other guys are kicking their …. out