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Microsoft Surface Go now shipping at a base price starting $399

Microsoft has come up with an affordable variant of the Surface device – Microsoft Surface Go. It combines both, laptop performance, tablet portability and ships at a base price of $399. In today’s fast-paced existence, many of us play different […]

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Microsoft Outlook introduces Suggested Reply for emails

In April this year, Microsoft announced new AI backed updates for the Office 365 suite of applications. The desktop and the mobile versions of the apps got the update. As one might have noticed Microsoft has been striving hard to […]

Meet Charts 3D, Microsoft Garage’s latest spin on 3D Charts

Microsoft Garage has been the treasure cove of innovation. The impromptu platform by Microsoft has been helping its employees come up with innovative and outlandish ideas that often end up as a core Microsoft offering. Microsoft Garage has once again […]

Windows 10 Update Gets Better

With each new release, Windows 10 gets much better

Windows 10 is the best operating system Microsoft has released since Windows 7, and this despite the many privacy issues a lot of users complained about. The operating system brought to the table several new features along with security improvements, […]

Mozilla wants us to help decide on the new logo for Firefox

Mozilla is redesigning the logo, and it is asking for help from all of us to decide on the next Firefox logo. As most of us are aware, Mozilla is now not just about the browser. The company offers a […]

Windows Defender AV

Windows Defender AV has once again achieved 100% Protection scores

Any Windows user, facing challenges in the online world can receive quick emergency assistance from Windows Defender AV. The product offers flawless protection and its experts offer help against any real threat confronting security programs on the Internet. A recent […]

NVIDIA GPU Cloud now supports Microsoft Azure

Today, NVIDIA has announced that the NVIDIA GPU Cloud now supports Microsoft Azure. This means that the developers can optimize their AI and HPC workflows with the help of this powerful software that is optimized for these supported GPUs. This […]

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Microsoft announces the Windows Insider Women in Computing Award

Despite facing gender-based discrimination earlier, women all around the world have achieved great progress and made some invaluable contributions in diverse fields. Noticing this, and the growing trend of women leading expeditions in the world and technology, Microsoft has taken […]

MSIX Packaging Tool by Microsoft now available in the Microsoft Store

Microsoft today announced that the MSIX Packaging Tool is now available in the Microsoft Store. It is worth noting that this is a Preview version and hence some bugs are expected. At Build 2018, Microsoft announced the Support for MSIX […]

System Center 1807 rolled out

Microsoft had announced a semi-annual release cadence to System Center at the beginning of this year. Keeping up with the semi-annual tradition Microsoft has now announced System Center 1807. The latest release is an update release and not a full […]

Microsoft launches Quantum Katas to teach Q# programming

Github is one of the most popular open source code repositories. Microsoft recently acquired Github and this is expected to fuel the company’s open source ambition. This time around let us take a look at some super useful tutorials that […]

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PowerShell Core for Linux is now available as a Snap package

Microsoft announced PowerShell Core to push the boundaries further in such a way that the language is available for everyone no matter where they are from or what platform they work on. Hence, they made PowerShell Core of Windows 10, […]

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Add sparks to your conversations with new updates in LinkedIn Messaging

A conversation can pick any format – discussion, talk, chat or gossip. While some appear formal, others can be tête-à-tête (private conversation between two people). To make this mode of expression more effective LinkedIn is equipping its app for both […]

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Microsoft announces Identity Bounty Program

Digital identity is referred to as the key to accessing enterprise applications and services across the Internet. Microsoft is all into this business. With the services like Microsoft Account for the consumers and Azure Active Directory for the enterprise, Microsoft […]

Microsoft to kill classic Skype; Launces new Skype 8 app

Skype’s latest redesign last year didn’t go well with many users and finally, the company decided to tone it down. This time around Microsoft has announced Skype with a ton of new features and improvements across all platforms including Desktop. […]

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Norton Safe Web extension for Microsoft Edge released

Windows 10 is already up in the game with all the latest and greatest security features yet. But people tend to not trust these first-party measures from Microsoft. Windows Defender comes inbuilt with Windows 10 and protects the users with […]

Microsoft announces its all new Surface Go

Microsoft just announced an all-new Surface device. This is a 2-in-1 convertible just like the Surface Pro line up but is far more affordable and targets a whole new segment of audiences. Microsoft has named it the Surface Go. Microsoft calls […]

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GitHub Windows Edition offers a classical Windows 98 look for GitHub users

Microsoft recently acquired GitHub at $7.5 billion. The deal was concluded at a price that was more than three times the initial estimates. As expected many of the folks started switching to other services once Microsoft announced the GitHub acquisition. […]

Microsoft Rewards Xbox

Microsoft Rewards app for Xbox One is now available

In order to build up and implement a centralized Rewards program, Microsoft has finally depreciated the Xbox Live Rewards program and its app and replaced it with the Microsoft Rewards app. This latest change is welcomed on Xbox One gaming […]

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Download Bomb strikes again, Microsoft Edge Browser deemed safe

Last year Google had addressed a deadly exploit that could be carried on its Chrome browser. The “Download bomb” exploit was mostly used by tech scammers to make sure that users will fall prey to their trap. Sadly this issue […]

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Third party App developers are reading your Gmail messages, Google responds

A recent Wall Street Journal report has revealed that third-party app developers are reading Gmail messages of users and that too without needing any special permission. Apparently, the report takes a dig at Google for allowing many third-party app developers […]

False positives

VirusTotal Monitor launched to mitigate the false positives

Antivirus software is considered to be efficient when it produces minimum false positives. In fact, it is the most important feature that an antivirus program must possess. False positives are nothing but the virus scan results which wrongly indicate that […]

GiHub Education is now available for schools for free

Last week, Microsoft announced that they will be acquiring the open-source hosting giant GitHub. While the acquisition process of this code sharing and collaboration platform is being completed, they have today announced the general availability of a new program called […]

Microsoft Answers

Microsoft will end staff support for these product support forums

Microsoft is readying itself to make some big changes to its product support forums, and several folks could be affected. The plan is to remove technical support for quite a few of its Community support forums, an everything will commence […]