About HemantSaxena@TWCN

The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in technology and has an immense interest in following Microsoft and other technology developments around the world. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player.
Microsoft Teams for Linux

Microsoft Teams now available for Linux in Preview

As a part of its outreach program, Microsoft Teams is now available for Linux too. With this, it also becomes the first Office app to be available for the Linux platform. Microsoft says that Microsoft Teams for Linux will support […]

Microsoft Edge browser gets a brand new logo

Microsoft Edge starts moving towards open source collaboration

Most of the commercial projects today actively engage in open source projects since it lowers the barriers to adoption and collaboration. Moreover, it allows people to spread and improve projects quickly. Sensing its benefits, bigwigs like Microsoft are increasing their […]

Surface Book Battery Swelling

Swollen Surface batteries issues are being reported

It’s important for an enterprise of the size of Microsoft to understand how customers view their ownership journey with its products. So far, its been good but any unfortunate incident can turn this relationship hostile. The latest case of Microsoft […]

.NET Core 3.1 release

Microsoft rolls out final version of .NET Core 3.1

The open-source, general-purpose development platform .NET Core 3.1 is finally out. The new version focuses on 2 big features, highlighted earlier in the release of .NET Core 3.0 earlier this fall namely- Blazor (for C# Web development instead of JavaScript) […]

Google Photos sharing feature

Google Photos integrates new photo-sharing feature

As the world of technology continues to advance, Google can’t stop but add new features to its services and products. The latest update coming to Google Photos app, on both mobile and on the web will add the ability to […]

Avast Software

Mozilla disables all Firefox Avast extensions from its Add-ons page

Besides offering various options to protect the online privacy of its users, Avast web browser extensions improve the overall experience when browsing the Internet. But, in an attempt to do so, the company has been found to gather information about […]

Intune Adoption kit

Intune Adoption Kit is now available for download

Time has changed! The modern era of corporate connectivity now allows its employees to access to files from any location and any device. This has enabled great consumer experiences at work. However, it has also raised the risks of threats […]

Bing 2020 US Elections Experience

Bing 2020 US Elections Experience launched

Ahead of the 2020 US presidential election, Bing has come up with the idea of providing netizens an easy and quick way to get all information related to the elections. The new offering named Bing 2020 US Elections Experience, currently […]

Coalition Against Stalkerware

Security companies come together to form Coalition Against Stalkerware

A severest crisis can be dealt with and overcome by displaying strength in unity. The problem of stalkerware and its rising menace finds a solution in this line. Many security firms have joined hands together to form a coalition against […]

Outlook app for Samsung Galaxy wearable

Outlook app for Samsung Galaxy wearable now available

There’s now a dedicated Microsoft Outlook app available for the Samsung Galaxy smartwatch. The Outlook app for Samsung Galaxy wearable is free for use and can be downloaded directly from the Samsung Galaxy App Store. Outlook app for Samsung Galaxy […]

new skype logo

Inspired by change, Microsoft unveils a new Skype logo

Sensing people’s desire for a change, Microsoft’s video chat and messaging service – Skype has come up with a new logo. The newly designed Skype logo brings the Microsoft service more in line with signature Office apps. Skype gets a […]

Outlook for Mac UI

Microsoft Outlook for Mac gets redesigned

Microsoft is looking forward to completely overhaul its mail service – Outlook for Mac. The newer version will see some changes in the UI design alongside a few big improvements and enhancements to syncing. Outlook for Mac will support better […]

Microsoft unveils its new ARM-powered Surface Pro X

Microsoft has come up with its latest ARM-based Surface Pro device called Surface Pro X. It exhibits some significant hardware redesigns the Surface line has seen in some time, as well as big changes internally. Let’s see what’s so good […]

OneDrive Roadmap Roundup 2019

Here’s the latest OneDrive Roadmap roundup for October 2019

Microsoft strives hard to make OneDrive a place that allows its users access, share, or collaborate files and make them accessible on every device they own. anywhere. As a result, it continuously adds new features to enhance its productivity and […]

Microsoft Experts on demand service

Microsoft rolls out Expert on Demand service for Windows 10 users

The software giant announced the general availability of its Threat Experts Service – Experts on Demand for Windows users this Monday. The new capability would give customers direct access to real-life Microsoft threat analysts to aid security investigations. Experts on […]

Adobe Creative Cloud

Data of 7.5 million Adobe Creative Cloud users exposed

After a major data leak in 2013, the ghosts of the past are back again to haunt Adobe. A security flaw in the company’s software – Adobe Creative Cloud has inadvertently exposed the database of millions of its users. Data […]


Microsoft acquires Mover to speed up Microsoft 365 cloud migration

To hasten the process of migration to Microsoft 365, the Redmond giant has acquired a new file-migration tool called Mover. The Canadian startup offers admin-led and self-service to customers who require swift and hassle-free migration of content to the cloud. […]

Emisoft report on ransomware attack

Ransomware targeting schools and government organizations majorly

Emsisoft’s Ransomware statistics for 2019: Q2 to Q3 reveal a worrying trend. The report shows enterprise ransomware attacks have become more common. Moreover, the threat actors are increasingly targeting larger and more profitable targets, such as schools and government organizations. […]

Microsoft allows businesses of any size to extend Windows 7 support for 3 year

There has been a big shift in Microsoft’s approach of providing Windows 7 Extended Security Updates (ESUs) for its customers. Now, in addition to large business establishments, small-and-midsize businesses (SMBs) will also get an option to purchase ESUs. Moreover, they […]

Windows 10 1903

Windows 10 1903 is designated for broad deployment for all users

The latest post from Microsoft announces that Windows 10 v1903, is ready for broad deployment for all users. The change in approach is seen in just over 4 months since the May 2019 Update was launched. Windows 10 v1903 ready […]

Kodi Domain

Kodi domain shutdown, although temporarily!

Kodi had been through many difficult crises earlier but somehow managed to stay afloat. However, the new development worries many of its users. The Twitter handle of the website informed that the site will be temporarily down until further notice. […]

CCleaner blacklisted by Microsoft Answers; Users cannot recommend the utility

CCleaner, one of the longest-established system cleaners has been blacklisted by Microsoft Answers. The exact reason for banning the freeware’s links is not known but it appears that the interfering of the utility with Microsoft Security policy might have prompted […]

Python for beginners tutorials

Microsoft starts a new series of Python for Beginners Video Tutorials

Python as a language is exploding in popularity, and everyone wants to be a part of this new community. So, to help interested individuals, Microsoft has started a new program. The company is offering Python for beginners video tutorials to […]

Cascadia Code font

Microsoft releases new open source Cascadia Code font

Developers at Microsoft have come up with a new open-source font called Cascadia Code. The code is available publicly on GitHub repository, and it promises to offer a fresh experience for command-line experiences and code editors. Cascadia Code was announced […]

Microsoft Exchange Server end support

Microsoft extends Exchange Server 2010 End of Support

No product has an indefinite shelf life and so come to an end someday. Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 released publicly on 24th August 2010 marked the end of its mainstream support on 13th January 2015. After that, the product entered […]

firefox logo

Firefox Premium for Enterprise launched

Mozilla Firefox is known for providing a secure browsing experience. To make this experience more hassle-free, the company has launched Firefox Premium, a new service for enterprise customers that uses the open-source browser. Mozilla launches Firefox Premium service In addition […]

Microsoft The Musical song

Interns and full-time employees create ‘Microsoft the Musical’

Microsoft, the software giant is not just about tech but fun too. A video showing interns and full-time employees working to create ‘Microsoft The Musical’ proves this. Music is creative as well as expressive channel for communication. It can heal, […]