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Microsoft Unveiled Always Connected PCs

Microsoft showed off world’s first Always Connected PCs from ASUS and HP in Hawaii this Tuesday. Terry Myerson, Microsoft Executive Vice President of the Windows and Devices Group unveiled the PCs. Myerson said, “Today, at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit, […]

Microsoft IoT Central Public Preview is now available

After Azure IoT Suite, a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solution Microsoft announced Microsoft IoT Central earlier this year. It was a Software-as-a-Service Solution (SaaS Solution) in the cloud that helps customers to build, use. and maintain their hardware by connecting it to the Smart […]

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Microsoft Edge browser is now available for Android and iOS

Microsoft Edge web browser is now available for Android and iOS. After being in a beta version for around a month, the Company has made it available for download. Microsoft Edge for iOS is currently available in the United States, […]

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Microsoft to discontinue Facebook Sign in for Skype

Microsoft is soon to disable the Facebook login option in Skype. So, if you have been using your Facebook account to log in to Skype, you won’t be able to do so after January 2018. Microsoft is reportedly rolling out […]

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Surface Book 2 Recovery Image is now available

Following every new release of Windows 10 device users expect its recovery image to be released soon thereafter. Microsoft’s line of PCs does not feature any physical recovery media in the box. And so, Microsoft has come up with Surface […]

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DirectX 12 features in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Microsoft’s attempt to push Windows 10 for every computer gradually led to the spread of DirectX 12 on Windows computers and tablets. It exhibited the graphical prowess of the operating system which unleashed a whole new era in PC gaming. […]

World’s most powerful console, Xbox One X, launches worldwide

After being in limelight for months, the super powerful 4K capable gaming console Xbox One X is finally released. Microsoft released the gaming console worldwide marking it as a debut of the most powerful gaming console. The console is available […]

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Microsoft opens Mixed Reality Academy at San Francisco

Sincere efforts from Microsoft has led to the development of Mixed Reality Academy in San Fransico. It’s a place to provide a community hub for creators and developers to learn, collaborate, and create a huge range of mixed reality content. Earlier, […]

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Update Compliance added to Windows Analytics suite of free services

For IT departments, it is imperative to have a better understanding of the health of their devices before upgrading to a new OS experience. Windows Analytics is a simple tool that offers data-driven insights to IT administrators to help them […]

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to take a phased rollout approach

Setting a new trend with the release of Windows 10 Creators Update earlier this year, Microsoft started following a targeted and phased rollout approach. This involved releasing the latest version only to a limited number of users at first. While […]

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Microsoft rolls out .NET Framework version 4.7.1.

Microsoft has released .NET Framework 4.7.1. Following the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the .NET Framework update will bring accessibility enhancements for focus control and narration. It will be compatible with Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators, […]

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New Surface Book 2 claims to be the most powerful Surface Book ever

The bigger, the better! The meaning of this proverb is converse to that of “Good things come in small packages.” You use this proverb to say that if something is bigger than others, it is better. That’s what Microsoft Surface […]

Microsoft introduces Treehouse meeting spaces and it’s awesome

The great outdoors is well known for its ability to inspire, but for executives at Microsoft they’ve been given opportunity to harness the power of the great outdoors due to a project from renowned Treehouse builder Pete Nelson of TV […]

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Windows 10 Update KB4046355 removes Windows Media Player

A new update to the Windows 10 Insider Build points to a worrisome situation. The change introduced via Update KB4046355 silently removes Windows Media Player. Yes, Insiders testing the new operating system will find Windows Media Player being completely disabled […]

Microsoft TechSpark presents a new economic opportunity for all Americans

In an effort to speed up economic growth in rural and smaller metropolitan areas, Microsoft is launching a multi-year, multi-million-dollar investment program – TechSpark. The program is intended to help students learn computer science, expand rural broadband connectivity and help […]

Microsoft Edge and Microsoft Launcher for Android and iOS announced

Microsoft Edge, the web browser which was exclusively available on the Windows operating system till now, will soon be coming to the iOS and Android mobile operating systems too. Microsoft today made an announcement saying that the company will soon […]

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Microsoft partners with Spotify, soon to discontinue Groove Music Pass

Recently Microsoft announced that they are partnering with Spotify and discontinuing Groove Music Pass and Store Music services. According to this announcement on Microsoft Support, the software giant will move its users from Groove Music to Spotify. Microsoft mentions that […]

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OneDrive to get improved UI, sharing options and Files On-Demand

At the ongoing Ignite 2017 conference, Microsoft announced new features to OneDrive benefitting not only the end users but also the IT administrators. Some of the biggest ticket items include an improved UI, sharing options and Files On-Demand. The new […]

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Microsoft announces Windows 10 S devices for empower Firstline Workers

Looking to empower Firstline workers with the latest technology, Microsoft is bringing Windows 10 S devices claiming that they are the best suited, more secure, customizable and easy to manage for the said working class. Firstline Workers are the people […]

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Office assistant Clippy returns as an extension for Visual Studio

Microsoft Office assistant – Clippy once labeled as a mindless bundle of code has made a comeback as Visual Studio extension. Yes, Eros Fratini recently unveiled Clippy VS an open source v0.1 extension that brings Clippy to Visual Studio. Clippy […]