The NEW Office app is now public and available for all users

Microsoft has announced a new Office app that is available for Windows 10 users. The new app is all set to replace the “My Office.” It was initially offered to Windows Insiders and now the app is available for everyone. […]

Windows 10 File Explorer will be able to browse Linux Files

Microsoft had announced Windows Subsystem for Linux with Windows 10 v1607. It has been about two and a half years since then, and the Linux flavor distros in the Microsoft Store have been growing at a good rate with major […]

Microsoft releases Web Activities browser extension for Chrome

The Windows 10 Timeline feature is now supported by Google Chrome for all the webpages you visit. Web Activities is a Timeline integrated Chrome extension from Microsoft. It can show all the pages you visit in the timeline. Web Activities […]

8 Cryptojacking apps removed from the Microsoft Store

Are Windows 10 apps safe? Are apps safe simply because they are on the Microsoft Store? Well, cybersecurity firm Symantec has reported that eight apps on the Microsoft Store were engaged in Cryptojacking. Cryptojacking is the malicious practice of using […]

Microsoft replaces Windows Update Business SAC-T with single SAC

Most of us are aware that Microsoft is releasing two Semi-Annual Channel releases each year. This is done so as to simplify and align Windows servicing terminology with Office. The updates are meant only for Windows Update for Business. Meanwhile, […]

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Microsoft highlights dangers of using Internet Explorer

Microsoft is making users aware of the perils of using Internet Explorer as their default browser, suggesting that you switch to another browser. Microsoft’s cybersecurity specialist in a blog post said that although it is fine to use Internet Explorer […]

Firefox Fission will avert nasty Spectre-style attacks

One of the most widely feared and an unpopular, unpleasant instance experienced in the online world was the discovery of Spectre. The vulnerability affected nearly every computer chip (modern processors) manufactured in the last 20 years and impacted system performance […]

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Microsoft adds Background Blur feature to Skype

Depending on your platform or a device, Skype offers different options and features for its users. The latest version offers even more! It adds background blur in Skype video calls. With this new feature available, Skype users can reduce the […]

Windows Updates did not work on 29th Jan due to data corruption

Since a week, Microsoft’s Windows Updates were broken for a bunch of people around the world. The error that Windows Updates threw was, “Error encountered. We couldn’t connect to the update service. We’ll try again later, or you can check […]

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Google+ for Consumers shutdown timeline revealed

Last year in October 2018, Google Plus’s (Google+’s) data was leaked and about 500,000 Profile were affected by this leak. Google acknowledged this issue and announced that they will soon be shutting down Google+. Later, another bug was detected that […]

55% of PCs are using outdated applications, says Avast

Avast warned the world about a security threat that needs more attention than people expected. The Avast 2019 PC Trends Report by the digital security giant reveals that over 55% of personal computers in the world are using outdated applications, […]

IE11 will be supported on Windows Server 2012 and Embedded 8

Earlier, Microsoft had decided to abandon the entire old version of Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer 11 has been the only IE version on the block since then, with the exception of Windows Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 Standard because […]

Microsoft announces Project Rome SDK for Android and iOS

Taking the cross-platform endeavors to the next level Microsoft has announced Project Rome SDK for Android and iOS. Project Rome lets developers write apps that are compatible with multiple platforms and allows them to switch between the devices. Project Rome […]

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Windows Media Player & Media Center to stop displaying Metadata

Microsoft Windows’ two media main media products – Windows Media Player & Windows Media Center are to experience a major change. The company has decided to push changes to the metadata, after which many users would be unable to view […]

Facebook to merge Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp

Facebook remains the king of the Social Media platform worldwide as they own the majority of major services like WhatsApp and Instagram. They continue to dominate a user’s social life virtually. Now a new report says that Mark Zuckerberg, the […]

Microsoft announces new Windows 10 Devices and Classroom Pen

Microsoft did not have any major announcement at CES 2019, but this does not mean that they did not have anything major for the announcement. The Surface team at Microsoft and some partners of Microsoft like Lenovo, Acer and Dell […]

XAML Studio will help you prototype UWP XAML faster

Microsoft is always looking out to empower the developers. They do not only concentrate on building tools for people who work on a specific technology, but they have also been bringing in great tools for every kind of developer. With […]

Yahoo and AOL get Microsoft’s Bing as the exclusive search ad platform

Since the last few years, Microsoft has partnered with Yahoo (now owned by Verizon Media Group) to use Bing for their search results. Today, they have announced that they are expanding this partnership with Verizon Media Group. Microsoft & Verizon […]

The office wall of Direct3D Team is decorated with GPU History

The Direct3D team office has an interesting wall with all of their GPU history. The entire hallway of the office is now decorated with the GPUs used for testing purposes. Since it’s the office of Direct3D, there must obviously be […]

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PyLocky Decryptor Tool is now available for download

PyLocky is relatively new ransomware written in Python, which is responsible for encrypting all the files on the victim’s computer and then ask for a ransom to let the user access their encrypted data by decrypting them. Till date, the victims […]

Intel makes some major announcements at CES 2019

CES 2019 is the annual trade show organized by Consumer Technology Association in Las Vegas, Nevada. Every major technology company in the world takes up the stage at the event to make some major announcements and showcase their latest and […]

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Microsoft releases eBook to learn Azure in a month of Lunches

To help developers build and run their applications, services and integrate upcoming technologies, Microsoft has released an eBook – Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches. The eBook offers great insights into entry into cloud administration. Besides, it also gives […]

KB971033 deactivating Windows 7 systems

Windows is no stranger to issues and errors. These niggles often trouble the users and the administrators in case of companies. It has recently come to the notice that Microsoft’s KB971033 update for Windows 7, the one released on January 2019 […]

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KB4480960 and KB4480970 causing Network & other issues

On Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, January 8th, the company released new monthly rollup for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, along with the security updates for these Operating systems versions. But, soon after the release, reports emerged that the […]

Windows 10 Home v1903 may get “Pause Updates” option

Installing or upgrading to Windows 10 Pro offers you more options than Windows 10 Home to manage system updates on your terms. Not anymore! A piece of recent news suggests that Microsoft will finally allow Windows 10 Home users to […]

Python is now available for download on the Microsoft Store

Terry Myerson, the former Vice President for the Windows 10 team at Microsoft, cleared their intentions of making Windows 10 ‘the best damn dev box on the planet’. Working on this vision, they have made more and more developer related tools […]