Microsoft removes Office from Windows Store

Windows users have been complaining that the Microsoft Office is not available for download on Microsoft Store. The users are being redirected to the Office website which in turn forces them to use the classic installer. The biggest downside of […]

Git repositories wiped out & ransomed

Git repositories wiped out & ransomed

Git is a distributed version control system that allows developers to track changes in source code during software development. Many services host Git for developers like GitHub, GitLab and so on. The news is that in a coordinated attack to these […]

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Dell SupportAssist Tool leaves PCs vulnerable

If you are using the latest Dell laptops or the PCs, just be careful of using the Dell SupportAssist Utility. This pre-installed utility reportedly exposes your machines to a remote attack wherein the hackers can execute remote code in the […]

Windows 10 WinRT API Pack makes calling Windows 10 APIs easier

Windows 10 WinRT API Pack makes calling Windows 10 APIs easier

Microsoft has announced the preview of Windows 10 WinRT API pack via NuGet. The preview is available in the form of NuGet packages which makes it easy to add new Windows functionality to WPF applications. The list includes Geolocation, Windows AI, Machine […]

Upgrade Blocks for the Windows 10 May 2019 Update

Microsoft lists the Upgrade Blocks for the Windows 10 May 2019 Update

Windows 10 May 2019 Update aka 19H1 is the next feature update, and Microsoft is placing some upgrade blocks. It seems these upgrade blocks are learnings from previous feature update which deleted user folders. If you still did not get […]

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Intel introduces their 9th Generation H Series Processors

Intel has announced their new H Series processors that clock up to 5 GHz and are designed for gamers and creators who want to push their experience to the next level. Due to thermal limitations, this was previously very difficult […]

Report says Microsoft Office is the top target for attackers

According to the latest report from Kaspersky. Microsoft Office products are the number one target for hackers. As part of the presentation, Kaspersky said that around 70 percent of the attacks in Q4 2018 were directed towards Microsoft Office products. […]

Microsoft announces the Xbox One S ‘All-Digital Edition’

Xbox is one of the most successful products from Microsoft, and it is giving a tough competition to Sony’s PlayStation. The Xbox Live service also helps gamers on the Xbox to get greater access to games and services. And now, […]

Microsoft announces the availibility of Surface Hub 2S

Microsoft has announced the availability of the Surface Hub 2S. The Microsoft Surface Hub 2S has a 50.5-inch display that comes with a 4K+ resolution and a 3:2 aspect ratio. With thinner bezels, the device comes with a better screen […]

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CryptoPokemon ransomware decryption tool released

Ransomware is the new generation computer virus. It can completely lock down Windows 10 computer pretty much known to everybody. One of the recent strain of ransomware is CryptoPokemon. It encrypts your files and demands a payment of 0.02 Bitcoin […]

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Microsoft announces PowerShell version 7

Windows PowerShell is indeed a very powerful tool that is available on Windows operating systems. Recently, Microsoft introduced PowerShell Core and made it available on other platforms including Linux and macOS too. Now, Microsoft has announced the General Availability of […]

Windows 10 May 2019 Update

Microsoft announces Windows 10 May 2019 Update

Microsoft has now announced a number of new features that will ship with Windows 10. This first major Windows 10 update of 2019 will be named as Windows 10 May 2019 Update. Windows 10 May 2019 Update announced This update […]

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Microsoft Store to close down its Books category

Microsoft has decided to close down its Books platform. The worst part is that all books will be deleted from the cloud and this includes the ones purchased by users. However, Microsoft is issuing a $25 credit if you have […]

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Cloudflare to launch Warp VPN service

When someone says its April 1st, the first thing that strikes us – a troublesome date. The day has been celebrated for several centuries by different cultures, but its exact origins remain a mystery. Having said that, many companies want […]

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KB4490481 may cause these issues to appear on Windows 10

Microsoft has released Cumulative Update KB4490481 update (OS Build 17763.404). There are several updates and fixes with this update. Some of these fixes include: Fix for an issue that occurs on machines that have multiple audio devices. Fix for the […]

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TypeScript 3.4 arrives with new features under the belt

For writing a JavaScript, you need a Web browser and either a text editor or an HTML editor. When you have them all, in place, you can begin writing JavaScript code. Writing JavaScript, however, could be made more structured and […]

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Microsoft adds AI to make Outlook.com more intelligent

Microsoft announced yesterday that it is making Outlook.com more intelligent with the help of new Artificial Intelligence powered features. The company said that it would roll out new features in the next few weeks across email and calendar that will help […]

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Windows 10 v1809 has transitioned to broad deployment

Finally, Microsoft has designated Windows 10 v1809 as a ready product for deployment for all, including businesses. Originally released last fall and dubbed as Windows 10 October 2018 update, the version was abruptly pulled back by Microsoft because of numerous […]

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ASUS software updates allowed hackers to install backdoors on their machines

Security researchers from Kaspersky have found that ASUS was unknowingly installing a malicious backdoor on its customer’s computers. Operation ShadowHammer is a newly discovered supply chain attack that leveraged ASUS Live Update software. The malicious file was passed as legit […]

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Microsoft Defender ATP investigation uncovers a privilege escalation flaw

Microsoft has achieved a considerable level of progress in avoiding the exploitation of its native kernel components. However, the problem continues to loom large as attackers have started targeting third-party kernel drivers. This new domain has thus become an important […]

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DirectX 12 now supports Variable Rate Shading

Performance and Graphics are two core features when it comes to gaming. Often gamers trade between two at parts of the game to deliver the best experience. Taking a step ahead, Microsoft has announced support of Variable Rate Shading in […]

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Windows Virtual Desktop is ready for Public Preview

Microsoft had earlier released Windows Virtual Desktop – but only for their partners and customers who volunteered. Well, now the public can avail this feature with their Windows 10 and also their Windows 7. Alongside you can also take advantage […]

Microsoft Defender ATP now available for macOS

Microsoft has lately been working on building its business of services more than on platforms and products. Their whole motivation here is to adapt to the changing world and bring their capabilities and expand their user base to users who […]

Microsoft ending music streaming from Groove Music by March 31, 2019

Earlier, a news broke that the Groove Music OneDrive Streaming service would be discontinued, beginning March 31, 2019. As such, streaming your music through OneDrive service won’t work, and the in-game OneDrive music feature will be turned off, by default. […]