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Customize Excel and track notes in Outlook—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in November

In today’s workplace, change is the new normal. To keep up, we all need to evolve and improve. Last month at the Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida, we announced a ton of Microsoft 365 innovations designed to put artificial intelligence (AI) and automation technologies to work for you. And we’ll continue to innovate across the Microsoft 365 experience, so our customers always have the best tools to navigate an increasingly distributed and fast-paced world. But to succeed at work today, organizations need more than great tools. They need to foster a culture of learning where their people can continue to develop essential skills. We want to help, so this month we introduced The Art of Teamwork toolkit, an interactive curriculum that uses the five attributes of the world’s most successful teams to help your team create and foster healthy team dynamics. We hope you’ll use it—and future educational support coming your way in 2020—to help your organization continue to succeed.

Let’s take a look at what else is new in November.

New features for personal productivity and collaboration

App updates to give you more choice and help you stay in the flow of work across devices and apps.

Keep track of Sticky Notes in Outlook on the web—Sticky Notes allows you to capture ideas, notes, and important info across the apps you already use. Now you can conveniently view, edit, and create notes directly in Outlook for the web, making it easier than ever to keep track of your notes as you go through email. Sticky Notes in Outlook for the web will begin rolling out next month to all users.

Animated image of Sticky Notes being used in Outlook on the web.

Switch to a darker OneNote canvas with Dark Mode—From complex travel schedules to killer meal plans, OneNote is like a second brain to help you track it all. So it should look the way you want. We’re excited to announce that a Dark Mode option is now rolling out for OneNote 2016. Using Dark Mode helps make both the product and your notes more legible, and can improve readability in low light environments, provide better contrast, and reduce eye strain. Dark Mode is available for all Office 365 subscribers and non-volume licensing Office 2019 customers.

Also, in response to feedback over the past year, we’re pleased to announce that we’re continuing mainstream support for OneNote 2016 beyond October 2020—so you can continue using the version of OneNote that works best for you.

Animated image of Dark Mode being used in OneNote.

Collaborate without disrupting a shared workbook with Sheet View—Earlier this month, we announced Sheet View in Excel, a new way of letting users create customized views without disrupting others, so collaboration is seamless. Sheet View allows users to sort and filter the data they need, and then select an option to make those changes visible just to themselves or to everyone working in the document. Once selecting to make changes just for yourself, that filter and sort will not affect other collaborators’ view of the workbook. All your cell level edits propagate through the file regardless of your view, so you can make all your edits right in your personal Sheet View. Sheet View is rolling out to all users using Excel on the web over the next few weeks.

Animated image of Sheet View being selected by an Excel user.

Upload files to Forms questions for added context—Sometimes you’d like respondents to a form to upload or attach files to provide important information or context when answering questions. Now Microsoft Forms enables you to allow users to include file uploads. With this new feature, you can easily create a resume collection form, a claim form, or a photography competition form. To get started, click the drop-down menu to add advanced question types and select File upload. Once you successfully add a file upload question, a folder will be automatically created in your OneDrive or SharePoint.

Animated image of a file being uploaded in Microsoft Forms.

The new Productivity Score, simplified licensing, and the latest Windows 10 release

New capabilities to help you transform workplace productivity, tap into the power of the cloud, and simplify licensing.

Transform how work gets done with insights from Microsoft Productivity Score—At Ignite, we announced Productivity Score to help deliver visibility into how your organization works. Productivity Score identifies where you can enable improved employee and technology experiences—so people can reach their goals, and actions to update skills and systems, so everyone can do their best work.

For example, Productivity Score can recommend user training around how to better collaborate as well as provide IT with documentation to configure external sharing and fine-tune policies, remove problem agents, or upgrade hardware to reduce friction. Join the private preview by filling out the form and see your score in the first week of December 2019.

Screenshot of Productivity Score in the Microsoft 365 admin center.

Leverage advanced security offerings with the U.S. Government Community Clouds—Earlier this month, we announced the general availability of Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) for U.S. Government GCC High customers. The release of these services delivers advanced security functionality for customers while enabling them to meet increased compliance and security standards. Eligible customers will need a GCC High account or an Azure Government account to purchase Microsoft Cloud App Security and/or Azure ATP licenses. To start a trial for either service within EMS E5, please work with your account team.

Simplified licensing for Windows 10 co-management—We’re bringing System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) and Microsoft Intune together in a new, unified product called Microsoft Endpoint Manager that delivers a seamless, end-to-end management solution without the complexity of a migration or disruption. We’re also excited to announce that the simplified licensing makes Microsoft Intune user licenses available to ConfigMgr customers to co-manage their existing Windows 10 PCs. The change in licensing terms are expected to go into effect in early December 2019.

Announcing Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Learn how we’re integrating Microsoft Intune, Configuration Manager, and more into a single solution called Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

Watch the video

Get the latest version of Windows 10—Windows 10 version 1909 is now available—offering new capabilities and enhancements, intelligent security, simplified updates, flexible management, and enhanced productivity. Highlights include the new Windows Search experience in Explorer, the new cloud clipboard with history viewing, support for third-party digital assistants, processor enhancements, additional customization for kiosk mode, and more. Version 1909 is rolling out now for consumers and IT admins.

As always, everything we create for Microsoft 365 is designed to help you and your organization achieve more by being more productive. Over the last 12 months, we worked hard to build an increasingly seamless experience that uses AI and automation to help you collaborate across platforms, streamline your workflow, harness organizational knowledge, and stay ahead of ever-evolving security threats.

We look forward to bringing you so much more innovation and educational tools in the year to come. Equipped with incredible tech and the right educational support, there’s no end to what you can achieve.

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For Sale – Huawei B535 4G LTE unlocked Modem £105 RMSD

Got this from 3 less than a month ago to bridge a few weeks between changing names on our virgin media account. Boxed as new, only used in a smoke-free home; extra antennae pictured are included.

Works perfectly… thought about putting it in a drawer, but will see if there’s any interest here. True, they’re £80 from aliexpress…. fill your boots and toss a coin as to whether it’ll arrive or not.

No sim or data included . Collection from B44 if preferred

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For Sale – Dell XPS15 i7-8750H with 4K touchscreen

Hi Guys,

I am moving back to a desktop computer so have my 9 month old Dell XPS 15 laptop for sale.

Bought new from Amazon, it is in excellent condition having never left the house and will come boxed with all accessories. The spec list is as follows:

Dell XPS 15 15.6 Inch with 3840×2860 resolution touch screen
Intel Core i7-8750H
16 GB RAM
512 GB SSD
Nvidia GTX 1050Ti graphics card with 4 GB GDDR5 memory
Windows 10 Home installed.

Thanks for looking

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Celebrating the Voices of Hispanic Culture, Impact and Future | Microsoft Latinx

Alvaro Celis - Hola

For over half a century, it has become tradition in the U.S. to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th to October 15th. This is a month of celebration, tribute and pride for those of us that relate to the Hispanic/Latinx culture, either because we are part of it, or because we have grown fond of this community and feel a connectionBut, this is also a time for reflection.

For some time now, our community has been going through challenging times deriving from strong external narratives that fail to represent our beauty, our diversity and the real challenges that we face today and in the past. Stories that attempt to create deep social divisions. Stories that intend to tear down the very fabric of what the Hispanic and Latinx communities truly represent 

HOLA Team

As a Latino and Executive Sponsor of HOLA (Hispanic & Latinx Organization of Leaders in Action), Microsoft’s Hispanic/Latinx Employee Resource Group, I have learned so much on my journey to represent and propel the Latino culture in the USA. It’s just amazing to see the positive impact that Latinos have daily.  On one hand, 86% of all new US businesses have been launched by Latinos over the last decade and Latinas create small businesses 6x faster than any other group in the country.[1] Latino GDP was $2.13 Trillion in 2015, and it’s growing 70% faster than the rest of the economy.[2] 

Latinos are contributing to the very fabric of this country and that is why it is extremely important that our individual voices and personal stories of struggles, achievements and contributions to the North American culture continue to collectively rise.  Hispanic Heritage Month is a perfect moment to share the true narrative of who we are, and the great impact and role each one of us plays in society.  

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To honor Hispanic Heritage Month, Microsoft is celebrating Latinx culture and inspirational stories through Our Voz.  This will include local events in the community, celebrations, as well as stories from our own Latinx employees who are making an impact in the community.  

Microsoft HOLA, in partnership with our Global Diversity and Inclusion team and our many internal allies across all businesses, have established strong partnerships with key stakeholders in the Latino community.  By joining forces, we have helped accelerate progress across a wide range of topics from our own internal culture and ability to bring our true selves to work, to supporting families through immigration challengesimproving education, and much more. We would like to take the opportunity to recognize and thank these organizations for their partnership and the great work they do every day to make a difference for our community.  You can view the full list of partner organizations below. 

It is my belief that through empathy, mutual understanding and purposeful action we can make a lasting, bigger impact that changes how we experience the world – and how the world experiences us. Please visit microsoft.com/en-us/hispanic-heritage-month/default.aspx for the most current news and opportunities to celebrateengage and be inspired. If you want to learn more about broader initiatives for diversity and inclusion at Microsoft please visit here.  

Let’s continue this conversation and share our stories to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Follow me on Twitter, @alvarocelis and on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/alcelis/.

 

[1] Hispanic Sentiment Study, Xeno Group 2018  

[2] Latino Donor Collaborative  

 

H.O.L.A Partner Organizations  

  • ALPFA
    ALPFA’s mission: To empower and develop Latino men and women as leaders of character for the nation, in every sector of the global economy. 
  • DigiGirlz
    DigiGirlz is Microsoft’s own global outreach program that gives middle and high school girls opportunities to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops. 
  • HACR
    HACR’s Mission is to advance the inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America at a level commensurate with our economic contributions. 
  • HITEC Global  
    HITEC is a premier global executive leadership organization of senior business and technology executives who have built outstanding careers in technology. HITEC’s premiere network spans the Americas and is focused on building stronger technology and executive leaders, leadership teams, corporations, and role models in a rapidly changing, flatter, and technology centric world.  
  • IPLI 
    The “HNBA/Microsoft IP Law Institute” provides opportunities for Latino students interested in intellectual property law. This summer, up to twenty-five Latino law students from law schools across the country will be chosen to participate in an IP immersion program in Washington, DC. Candidates are selected in a highly competitive process, and the selected students are provided substantive instruction, the opportunity to observe first-hand U.S. IP institutions at work, and the chance to meet leading members of the IP legal community who will serve as mentors and potentially provide pathways for future job opportunities. 
  • iUrbanTeen 
    Mission: To expose and inspire underrepresented youth to become tomorrow’s business and technology leaders. iUrban Teen is a nationally recognized program focused on bringing career focused education to underrepresented teens ages 13 to 18. Youth receive hands-on exposure to a variety of careers and civic engagement that step them outside of their current boundaries. Our target demographics are African American, Latino and Native American males, however, the program is inclusive of all youth.
  • KIND (Kids in need of Defense)
    Microsoft, along with Angelina Jolie, founded KIND in 2008 to provide legal services to unaccompanied children entering the U.S.  Brad Smith Microsoft President is also KIND Chairman of the Board.  Many of our Microsoft in house attorneys and other professionals work on KIND cases on a pro bono basis, and Microsoft also supports for a KIND fellow, an attorney who works for KIND and supports Microsoft’s pro bono efforts.  More information about KIND can be found Here  
  • LatinaGeeks  
    Empowering and inspiring adult Latinas by sharing technical knowledge, business skills, and entrepreneurship resources through hands-on workshops and community events. 
  • Nuevo Foundation
    Inspiring kids to be curious, confident, and courageous by discovering the world of STEM. 
    Offers coding workshops that provide hands on opportunities for students to learn real-world problem-solving skills using coding, hardware and their own imagination. 
    Also, offers virtual sessions to share the stories of people who have succeeded in STEM fields with students worldwide. 
    Lastly, offer speaker engagements to motivate students to pursue STEM education. 
  • SHPE
    SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development. 
  • Tapia conference
    The Tapia conference is the premier venue to acknowledge, promote and celebrate diversity in computing. 
  • TECHNOLOchicas
    Microsoft is a sponsor of TECHNOLOchicas, a campaign of our strategic partner, the National Center for Women and Information Technologies (NCWIT) and the Televisa Foundation to increase the visibility and participation of Latinas in technology.    Each campaign year a Latina Microsoft technologist serves as one of the TECHNOLOchica Ambassadors featured in the campaign video and social media assets and represents our company at TECHNOLOchica events. 
  • We Are All Human Foundation 
    We use the power of dialogue to create understanding and remind us that united, we are stronger. 

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How to automate patch management in Windows

Patch Tuesday comes every month like clockwork for IT administrators. For routine jobs such as patch management in Windows, it’s essential to use automation to make this chore more tolerable.

There are many products to help you deploy Windows patches to your systems, but they’re usually expensive. If you can’t afford these offerings, another option is to roll your own automated Windows patching routine. Using PowerShell, IT teams can test, deploy and verify Windows updates across hundreds of machines using nothing but some PowerShell kung fu and some prebuilt modules.

Prerequisites for automated patch management in Windows

To follow along, you should have the following prerequisites set up:

  • Windows PowerShell 5.1 on a client;
  • PowerShell Remoting available on the remote systems to patch;
  • logged in or have access to an account with local administrator permissions on the remote systems;
  • an Active Directory environment;
  • the Active Directory PowerShell module on your client; and
  • a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server installed and set up to manage your systems.

Set up a test environment

As most administrators know, you never push out patches directly to your production systems, which means you need to set up a test environment. You should configure this with a sampling of the operating systems and configurations of all systems that receive patches.

To determine what you have in your inventory, use the following script. It queries all Active Directory computers in the domain and groups them by the operating system.

$computerCount = 2
$properties = @( 
    @{Name='OperatingSystem';Expression={$_.Name}},
    @{Name='TotalCount';Expression={$_.Group.Count}},
    @{Name='TestComputers';Expression={$_.Group | Select-Object -ExpandProperty Name -First $computerCount }} 
) 
$testGroups = Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties OperatingSystem | Group-Object -Property OperatingSystem | Select-Object -Property $properties $testGroups

When the script runs, it groups the output by the type of machines and how many there are.

OperatingSystem                TotalCount TestComputers
---------------                ---------- -------------
Windows Server 2016 Datacenter          3 {SRDC01, SCRIPTRUNNER01}

Now that you know what operating systems you have, you can either convert the physical machines to virtual ones or perhaps build new virtual machines in your hypervisor of choice. You can do that with PowerShell, but that is outside of the scope of this article. This tutorial will continue on the assumption you executed the conversion and are ready to proceed.

Deploying Windows updates

Once you’ve got your test VMs set up, check to see if there are new patches available. You will need to use the WSUS server to find this information.

When you’ve discovered the Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) IDs of all patches to test, you can deploy these patches using the PSWindowsUpdate module. To download and install, use this command:

Install-Module PSWindowsUpdate

Next, deploy the patches, but first, you’ll need to ensure you’ve got the appropriate firewall port exceptions for the Windows Firewall enabled. Here’s a quick PowerShell command to enable it on remote systems:

New-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Allow PSWindowsUpdate" -Direction Inbound -Program "%SystemRoot%System32dllhost.exe" -RemoteAddress Any -Action Allow -LocalPort 'RPC' -Protocol TCP

Next, you can run a quick test by running a simple command such as Get-WUHistory to see if it returns an error or if it returns a patch history. If it’s the latter, then you can proceed.

Now it’s time to deploy the Windows patches to the test groups. For this tutorial, deploy KB ID KB4091664. Start by copying the PSWindowsUpdate module to the remote computers, and then initiate the install. Also, schedule a reboot during the maintenance window. In this instance, that’s a time two hours from now.

foreach ($computer in $testGroups.TestComputers) {
    Copy-Item -Path "$Env:PROGRAMFILESWindowsPowerShellModulesPSWindowsUpdate" -Destination "\$computerc$Program FilesWindowsPowerShellModules" -Recurse
    Install-WindowsUpdate -ComputerName $computer -KBArticleIds 'KB4091664' -Schedule (Get-Date).AddHours(2)
}

X ComputerName Result     KB          Size Title
- ------------ ------     --          ---- -----
1 scriptrun... Accepted   KB4091664    1MB 2018-09 Update for Windows Server 2016 for x64-based Systems (KB4091664)

This script starts the patch installation on each computer. To monitor the progress, you can use the Get-WUHistory command.

Get-WUHistory -ComputerName scriptrunner01 -Last 1
ComputerName Operationname  Result     Date                Title
------------ -------------  ------     ----                -----
scriptrun... Installation   InProgress 4/4/2019 9:31:21 PM 2018-09 Update for Windows Server 2016 for x64-based Systems (KB4091664)

Dive deeper into the PSWindowsUpdate module

This article just covers the basics of rolling out an automated way to handle patch management in Windows with PowerShell. PSWindowsUpdate is a great time-saver with extensive functionality. It’s worth investigating the help in this PowerShell module to see how you can customize it based on your needs.

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New to Microsoft 365 in July—updates to Azure AD, Microsoft Teams, Outlook, and more

This month, we’re announcing updates to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to help improve your security posture, updates to Microsoft Teams and Outlook on the web to help you be more productive, and updates to Desktop Analytics and Office 365 ProPlus to streamline IT management and improve efficiency.

Here’s a look at what’s new in July.

Strengthen security while simplifying processes

New capabilities help you protect against, discover, and remediate cybersecurity threats.

Go passwordless to reduce risk and improve account security—This month, we announced the public preview of FIDO2 security keys support in Azure AD. Now, with FIDO2 technologies, you can provide users with seamless, secure, and passwordless access to all Azure AD-connected apps and services. Additionally, administrators can assign passwordless credentials to users and groups and allow self-service sign-up. To get started, check out our step-by-step documentation on enabling passwordless sign-in for Azure AD.

Discover, prioritize, and remediate vulnerabilities in real-time—Last month, we announced the general availability of Microsoft Threat & Vulnerability Management (TVM). TVM delivers a new set of advanced, agentless, cloud-powered capabilities that provide continuous, real-time, risk-based vulnerability management. If you already have Microsoft Defender ATP, the TVM solution is now available within your Microsoft Defender ATP portal. If you don’t have a subscription, you can sign up for a trial of Microsoft Defender ATP including TVM.

Improve productivity and collaboration

New capabilities in Microsoft 365 help you collaborate easily with others, organize tasks, and quickly find answers.

Communicate and collaborate more easily with new capabilities in Microsoft Teams—This month, we added new capabilities to Teams including Read receipts and Priority notifications to help ensure time-sensitive messages are received and prioritized. We also announced the new Announcements feature to highlight important news and now post a single message across multiple channels.

Animated screenshot of Select channels being used in Microsoft Teams.

Finally, the new time clock feature in Teams for Firstline Workers brings clock in/out capabilities to the Team Shifts module. And the targeted communication feature enables messages to be sent to everyone within a specific role—such as sending a message to all cashiers in a store or all nurses in a hospital.

These updates for Teams will be rolling out over the next couple of months.

Add polls to your Outlook emails and book meeting rooms with Outlook on the web—This month, we’re announcing two new generally available features in Outlook on the web. With Microsoft Quick Poll, you can now add polls directly to your Outlook emails, so recipients can vote directly in the email or click the provided link and vote in a browser window. To get started, download the Quick Poll add-in for Outlook.

Additionally, you can now easily book meeting rooms in Outlook on the web. When creating a meeting, you can quickly see which rooms are available, search by city or room, and view rooms that are available during recurring events.

Animated screenshot of a Teams meeting being created in Outlook.

Make answers in Yammer more discoverable—Now, questions in Yammer will stand out from general discussions with new, unique styling. Post authors and group admins can also mark the best response to questions as a “Best Answer,” making it easier for users to find answers. These changes are currently in private preview and will roll out to all Office 365 subscribers later this summer.

Animated screenshot of a Best Answer being voted up in Yammer.

Work together on tasks in Microsoft To-Do—Now, you can assign a task to someone on a shared To-Do list and work together to knock out tasks more quickly. To get started, just @mention someone to assign them a task, and everyone on the shared list will be able to see it.

Animated screenshot of a task being assigned in Microsoft To-Do.

Streamline IT management

Data-driven tools help you deliver seamless software deployments and improvements for Office in virtualized environments.

Improve the quality and reliability of software deployments—This month, we announced the public preview of Desktop Analytics, a cloud-based service that provides intelligence for you to make more informed decisions about the update readiness of your Windows clients ahead of new Windows 10 deployments. In combination with System Center Configuration Manager, Desktop Analytics is designed to create an inventory of the Windows apps running in the organization and assess app compatibility with the latest feature updates of Windows 10. Desktop Analytics is currently offered as an Office 365 service and requires an Office 365 subscription in your Azure AD tenant. To get started, enable Desktop Analytics in the Configuration Manager console.

Screenshot of Desktop Analytics dashboard.

Improve the Office app experience in virtual environmentsThis month, we announced new capabilities to help improve the user experience in virtualized environments. First, FSLogix technology, which improves the performance of Office 365 ProPlus in multi-user virtual environments, is now available at no additional cost for Microsoft 365 customers. Second, Windows Server 2019 will now support Office 365 ProPlus and OneDrive Files On-Demand in the coming months. Lastly, Outlook, OneDrive, and Teams are getting new capabilities to improve the user experience in a virtualized environment.

Drive digital transformation with new Microsoft cloud regions—Microsoft Office 365 services are now available from our new cloud regions located in South Africa and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). These local datacenters open the door for more organizations to embrace the benefits of the cloud with resilient cloud services that can help meet data residency, security, and compliance needs.

Other updates

  • Teams is now included in the monthly Office 365 updates for existing customers and will begin rolling out to existing installations over several weeks.
  • We retired the “Online” branding for the Office apps on the web. You’ll see this change reflected in the product experience in places such as the app headers, platform-specific commands, and help menus. This change reinforces that Office is a cloud-connected experience, which you can use through apps on the desktop, web, or mobile devices.
  • We recently announced OneDrive Personal Vault, a protected area in OneDrive that you can only access with a strong authentication method or second step of identity verification.
  • These five Outlook mobile tips and tricks can help small business owners save time and get more done quickly.

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For Sale – MSI Stealth GS63VR 7RG GTX 1070 GPU – High spec thin gaming laptop

For sale is my 11 month old MSI Stealth Pro GS63VR 7RG – 048UK laptop.
It is a very high spec thin and light all metal laptop with some amazing specs and performance for a laptop.

MSI product page – MSI Global

Spec page – GS63VR 7RG Stealth Pro | Laptops – The best gaming laptop provider | MSI Global

My version has the following specs – MSI GS63VR 7RG(Stealth Pro)-048UK
Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor
15.6″ Full HD 120Hz 3MS Screen
Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
16GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB NVMe SSD + 1000GB HDD
Dedicated GeForce GTX 1070 6GB Graphics
USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth | DisplayPort, Steelseries Backlit Full Colour Keyboard, 2 Year MSI Warranty, 9S7-16K312-048

The laptop comes boxed with charger and MSI manual pack. It is in excellent condition but has 2 blemishes that were present when I bought the laptop. I considered returning but was given a small partial refund which I was happy with as the screen is perfect and didn’t want to risk having a screen with dead pixels on an exchange.
I’ve tried to show the blemishes in the pictures, one is to the left of the trackpad, t is a very small indentation which is barely noticeable and the other is a slight warp in the metal chassis on the front underside.
Has 12 months remaining of 24 month warranty.
I have formatted and completed a fresh install of windows but haven’t reinstalled all the MSI afterburner software, this is available from their support pages.

This a great laptop with excellent gaming performance, runs all my games at top settings or close to at excellent frame rates. Can also be connected to a TV for 4K gaming.

Reason I am selling is that I barely use it for gaming so thought I should move it on.

Looking for £1150 with insured delivery, sensible offers will be considered.

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Price and currency: £1150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer or PPG
Location: Bideford UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – MSI Stealth GS63VR 7RG – High spec thin gaming laptop

For sale is my 11 month old MSI Stealth Pro GS63VR 7RG – 048UK laptop.
It is a very high spec thin and light all metal laptop with some amazing specs and performance for a laptop.

MSI product page – MSI Global

Spec page – GS63VR 7RG Stealth Pro | Laptops – The best gaming laptop provider | MSI Global

My version has the following specs – MSI GS63VR 7RG(Stealth Pro)-048UK
Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor
15.6″ Full HD 120Hz 3MS Screen
Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
16GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB NVMe SSD + 1000GB HDD
Dedicated GeForce GTX 1070 6GB Graphics
USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth | DisplayPort, Steelseries Backlit Full Colour Keyboard, 2 Year MSI Warranty, 9S7-16K312-048

The laptop comes boxed with charger and MSI manual pack. It is in excellent condition but has 2 blemishes that were present when I bought the laptop. I considered returning but was given a small partial refund which I was happy with as the screen is perfect and didn’t want to risk having a screen with dead pixels on an exchange.
I’ve tried to show the blemishes in the pictures, one is to the left of the trackpad, t is a very small indentation which is barely noticeable and the other is a slight warp in the metal chassis on the front underside.
Has 12 months remaining of 24 month warranty.
I have formatted and completed a fresh install of windows but haven’t reinstalled all the MSI afterburner software, this is available from their support pages.

This a great laptop with excellent gaming performance, runs all my games at top settings or close to at excellent frame rates. Can also be connected to a TV for 4K gaming.

Reason I am selling is that I barely use it for gaming so thought I should move it on.

Looking for £1150 with insured delivery, sensible offers will be considered.

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Price and currency: £1150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer or PPG
Location: Bideford UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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By replying to this thread you agree to abide by the trading rules detailed here.
Please be advised, all buyers and sellers should satisfy themselves that the other party is genuine by providing the following via private conversation to each other after negotiations are complete and prior to dispatching goods and making payment:

  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – Lenovo T460s Business Ultrabook Laptop

My wife has asked to sell her laptop. We are expecting the birth of our 2nd child next month so she wants some extra cash to buy furniture for the new arrival etc. She wants £420 (reduced from £470) for it so I could persuade her to include delivery.

The laptop is a Lenovo T460s Business Ultrabook laptop. It still has Lenovo warranty which is on-site repair till 5th December 2019 (1.5 years). Spec is below:

Intel Core i5-6200U Processor (2.30GHz)
8.0GB RAM
1x192GB SSD SATA III
Windows 10 Professional 64Bit
14.0in 1920×1080
Intel HD Graphics 520
720p HD Camera
Card Reader
Fingerprint Reader
TrackPoint with TouchPad
Ethernet
Intel Wireless-AC 8260(2×2 AC) with BT4.1
3 Cell Lithium-Ion
Original Lenovo Charger.

Lenovo Warranty will be transferred to new owner upon receiving payment.

Condition wise I would say is very close to Brand New. She’s only been using it for like surfing the internet and occasional Youtube videos hence why it’s so clean.

Thanks for looking.

Some pics below

Price and currency: 420
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT / PPG
Location: High Wycombe
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Lenovo T460s Business Ultrabook Laptop

My wife has asked to sell her laptop. We are expecting the birth of our 2nd child next month so she wants some extra cash to buy furniture for the new arrival etc. She wants £420 (reduced from £470) for it so I could persuade her to include delivery.

The laptop is a Lenovo T460s Business Ultrabook laptop. It still has Lenovo warranty which is on-site repair till 5th December 2019 (1.5 years). Spec is below:

Intel Core i5-6200U Processor (2.30GHz)
8.0GB RAM
1x192GB SSD SATA III
Windows 10 Professional 64Bit
14.0in 1920×1080
Intel HD Graphics 520
720p HD Camera
Card Reader
Fingerprint Reader
TrackPoint with TouchPad
Ethernet
Intel Wireless-AC 8260(2×2 AC) with BT4.1
3 Cell Lithium-Ion
Original Lenovo Charger.

Lenovo Warranty will be transferred to new owner upon receiving payment.

Condition wise I would say is very close to Brand New. A handful of light scratches on the top lid and 1 scratch on the bottom which you can feel if you put your finger or nail over it. Screen and keyboard are immaculate. She’s only been using it for like surfing the internet and occasional Youtube videos hence why it’s so clean.

Thanks for looking.

Some pics below

Price and currency: 420
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT / PPG
Location: High Wycombe
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.