outlook 2013 and outlook 2010

what is difference of outlook 2013 from outlook 2010
does making personnel folder as default not gone ? how to make personnel folder default for those who dont have much space on server ?
why prompting for password ?
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Lionel MMConnect With a Mentor Small Business IT ConsultantCommented:
The biggest difference is the way it looks, The menu is still the ribbon but it is different but functionally it is basically the same but here is a link to note some of the differences http://www.microsofttraining.net/versions/outlook-difference.php. The password prompting has to do with your email password, when it does are you selecting the box below the password, the one that says "remember password"? If you are and it is till prompting for a password then you need to check your "Account Settings" (Tools, Account settings). As far as the folders question goes I am also not sure exactly what you mean--please provide further details
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Mohammed HamadaSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
what is difference of outlook 2013 from outlook 2010
does making personnel folder as default not gone ? how to make personnel folder default for those who dont have much space on server ?
why prompting for password ?

1- Are you asking about the difference of features between Outlook 2013/2010 ?
2- Do you mean Personal folder? what's Personnel folder?
3- Could you please elaborate on why prompting for password? Please provide more details on what are you using right now and what's prompting for a password exactly.

Thanks
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Cris HannaCommented:
When you say saving to a Personal Folder....is Outlook connecting to an Exchange Server for email?    If that's the case, you should not be storing email in a personal folder (.pst) file.   doing so takes away the option to access your mail, anytime, anyplace as it was designed.   Adding drive storage space should be simple
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