Keywords: Microsoft Outlook, Showing wrong name, Showing wrong email address, To field, Outlook contact name and email address mismatch, Showing incorrect contact name, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Office 365
When entering contact’s name in the To field in Microsoft Outlook, it shows correct email address but wrong contact name which can cause confusion.
To resolve this issue, we need to remove incorrect “Linked contacts”
1 Click on the correct email address with incorrect name, so that it populates the name to To… field
2 Double click on the name, a menu will appear
3 Click on three dots
4 Click on “Link Contacts…”
5 Remove all other contacts except the only correct contact name for that specific contact
6 Now the issue should be fixed
Note: You need to repeat these steps for each contacts which has this problem.
RAM disk is useful when you want to have temporary fast disk access, it uses part of system random access memory (RAM) as storage like normal hard drive.
If you have plenty RAM, you can slice 10GB of RAM dedicate for temporary storage purpose, once the computer is restarted everything is cleared (Be careful with important files, do not store important data or files on the Ramdisk).
ImDisk Toolkit include a free and easy to use Ramdisk utility.
Official screenshots: https://getgreenshot.org/screenshots/
Supports shortcut keys, Windows capture, custom size capture, upload commands, full screen capture, including a simple editor for quick editor which is very handy.
By default, after screen is captured, it will bring up a menu to save as, save to predefined location, open editor, print, copy to clipboard, open in Microsoft software upload to specified image hosting websites, open in Microsoft paint etc.
Can set to start on windows startup.
Has multilanguage support, but only supports four languages.
Supports quick screenshot, has auto window detection and snap to edge function, very handy. You can adjust screenshot position even after you have set the screenshot portion which Greenshot doesn’t do. After screenshot, by press Enter key, you will have the screenshot quickly be saved to your clipboard which can then be pasted to Word etc. It also gives quick editing options right on the screen instead of open another Editor.
Can set to start on windows startup.
Has multilanguage support, way more languages than Greenshot.
Supports shortcut keys, Windows capture, custom size capture, upload commands, full screen capture, including a simple editor for quick editor which is very handy, has auto windows detection and snap to edge function. ShareX also has a builtin simple picture editor for quick edit purpose.
You can easily control action after the screenshot is captured from context menu.
In conclusion, if you just want an clean and quick free screenshot software with quick editing capabilities for fast snap and paste experience, Snipaste is the right choise, it is simple, install and use, no confusion at all.
If you want more function with seamless experience and happy to do some configuration before start to use the software, Greenshot and ShareX is the right choise.
While running in background, Snipaste uses least memory resource (7,160 K), Greenshot uses 19,804 K, ShareX uses 52,848 K.
Windows 10 Built-in screenshot
Price: Free (But you’ll need Windows 10 license, or you can use preview version of Windows 10)
Software: Proprietary software
You can use Win + Shift + S shortcut to take screenshot easily, rectangular, any shape or full screen.
After screenshot is done, it’s copied to clipboard automatically, if you need to edit the screenshot, you can click on notification to bring up a simple image editor to edit the captured screenshot.
The quick editor has less function than Greenshot and ShareX. But enough for simple quick editing, including pen, pencil, highlighter, eraser, ruler, resize tool.