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Microsoft Edge to support existing Chrome extensions

Though they are the competitors of each other, Microsoft Edge will now be seen to support existing Chrome extensions. According to the post on Reddit, it is a confirmation from the Microsoft Edge team that Microsoft is going to provide […]

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Microsoft Edge will soon be rebuilt on Chromium!

Microsoft has been increasing its participation in the Open Source Software (OSS) community for a few years now and are becoming one of the largest supporters of OSS projects. Microsoft has now made some major announcements for Microsoft Edge. The […]

Microsoft makes support for Windows 10 on ARM development official

Most electronic gadgets (computers and smartphones) around the world have become a part of our daily life and to a great extent, we remain dependent on them. These gadgets often come equipped with processors that not only occupy less space […]

Microsoft launches Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Studio 2, Surface Headphones

Surface Pro 6 & Surface Laptop 2 Drivers and Firmware available

Microsoft recently launched the Surface Pro 6,, and the Surface Laptop 2 is currently being shipped to those who had preordered. And as expected Microsoft Surface Pro 6 & Surface Laptop 2 Drivers and Firmware are now available on the […]

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Microsoft ports ProcDump to Linux; Other SysInternal tools to follow

Microsoft is also planning to port the highly popular Sysinternals tools to Linux. It has started with ProcDump – and its version for Linux is now available. This tool offers a convenient way for Linux developers to create core dumps […]

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Microsoft retires Hotfix service

Microsoft seems to have retired its popular update service, Hotfix as indicated by a message on the company’s official website. If you are looking to download hotfixes through Microsoft support website, you will be instead shown the following message, The […]

Windows Community Toolkit v5.0 announced

Microsoft has announced the next version of their Windows Community Toolkit. This major update bumps up to version number to version 5.0. It brings in a notable amount of new features with this update. It brings in all new WindowsXamlHost […]

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Microsoft announces SpectatorView Preview and SpectatorView Pro

HoloLens is a super device for Mixed Reality from Microsoft that helps the user to experience the  3D virtual world mixed with our real world. But when we use a HoloLens, we often tend to forget that the other person […]

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New Capabilities added to Office Lens App in October 2018 Update 

Office Lens from Microsoft is a simple app to scan documents and create PDF files. The latest update to the app brings many improvements and enhancements. You can find the comprehensive list of features for the October update below. The […]

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Seattle Billionaire and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65

The philanthropist and co-founder of the software giant – Microsoft, Paul Allen is no more. He died from complications related to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a type of cancer that starts in lymphocytes (WBCs) playing an important role in the body’s immune […]

Xbox Avatar Editor is now generally available for all

Xbox is one of the leading gaming platforms in the world. One of the features that make Xbox personal for the user is the availability of Avatars. These Avatars as the name suggests, are just the customized version of the user’s […]

Microsoft announces Business Profile to take on spam

Microsoft has been announcing a lot of things lately. Along with the new Surface Devices, availability of Windows 10 v1809, Windows Server 2019, Office 2019 Professional, Surface All Access Program and more, they also announced the feature called Business Profile for Outlook.com. […]

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Microsoft announces all new Surface All Access program

Yesterday, Microsoft held an event in New York City, where they announced a bunch of new refresh for their hardware devices. They announced the Surface Studio 2, the Surface Laptop 2, the Surface Pro 6 and the all-new Surface Headphones. […]

Microsoft Ignite 2018 Roundup of announcements

Microsoft hosted Microsoft Ignite 2018 at Orlando, Florida from September 24th, 2018 to September 28th, 2018. It is an event focused on getting onboard IT professionals and enterprise customers to learn more about Microsoft technology and what Microsoft is doing to make […]

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Microsoft introduces Microsoft Learn

Microsoft is making a number of great announcements at the Microsoft Ignite event that is going on currently in Orlando. One of the announcements here was the availability of Microsoft Learn for the public. In 2016, Microsoft launched docs.microsoft.com to bring in […]

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Microsoft talks about Surface Hub 2; To start shipping 2019 Q2

Microsoft announced the second iteration of the Surface Hub called as Surface Hub 2. Today, the Surface team at Microsoft has made multiple announcements regarding the same product. These announcements include the shipping details, hardware, design, and even the software. […]

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Microsoft unveils ‘Microsoft Search’ for their Office 365 customers

Microsoft has announced Microsoft Search. Microsoft Search is a unified search platform that will allow the enterprise customers to search for anything across their organization from anywhere. This includes Office Apps, Bing.com as well as Windows. It is powered by Microsoft Graph […]

Bing update brings Visual Search, Math Solver and more

The Bing team at Microsoft has been on their toes on making Bing a better search engine than its competition and shown an excellent growth. Every month, the team releases some major features for their search engine that makes it […]

Windows 10 ‘warns’ users to use Edge instead of other browsers

It appears Microsoft has come up with a new trick to convince Windows 10 users to use Microsoft Edge instead of rival browsers from Google, Mozilla, etc. This inference rests on the premise that the new Insider Build 17744 for […]

Microsoft makes its Office 365 consumer subscriptions more attractive

There’s good news for Office 365 subscribers. Coming October 2nd, 2018, Microsoft will remove the install limit on devices. Moreover, the company will add a greater number of users permissible under a single Office 365 Home plan without charging any […]

Windows 10 stable users seeing Insider Build notifications

Soon after the release of Windows 10 Insider Fast ring build 17751, there was a bit of outrage over a notification prompting users to update their Windows 10 device. Why? The toast notification for Windows 10 Insider Update wasn’t just […]

Windows 10 users will soon be able to login using Google account

Until now Windows 10 users had to compulsorily login to their systems by using Microsoft credentials or by using a local username and password. This is set to change as Microsoft is likely to allow Windows 10 users to log […]

Xbox Customer Support gets new features and capabilities

Team Xbox has come up with some new features and functionality improvements for the gamers. These new features reportedly will bring new ways to enjoy the gameplay and better ways to connect with friends. Xbox Customer Support The newly announced […]

Microsoft announces Bing Spotlight

Microsoft looks to be hard at work to make Bing better than its competitions. A few weeks ago, we reported that Bing was updated with a whole lot of consumer-focused features. And now today, they highlighted another feature focused on […]