Tag: Microsoft

Microsoft to replace the annoying Office Upload Center with a new experience

Microsoft is now rolling out a new Office Insider build Version 1910 (Build 12130.20344) to Slow Ring users. With this new build, Microsoft is replacing the annoying Upload Center in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and Visio with the new the Files Needing Attention experience. The new Files Needing Attention is

Microsoft is going to make it worth your while to switch from Samsung Cloud to OneDrive

We reported recently that Samsung was encouraging smartphone users in Korea to switch from Samsung Cloud to OneDrive by Microsoft in South Korea, and now SamMobile reports the feature is also becoming available worldwide as part of the Android 10 beta. The feature will be available as an option in

Microsoft Whiteboard web app is now available across devices

At Ignite 2019, Microsoft announced a bunch of new updates to the existing services like Bing. Along with those, Microsoft also announced updates to Teams which now has better integration with Whiteboard. Now, Microsoft is announcing updates to the Whiteboard app. The web app is now available across devices and

Netmarketshare: Windows 10 continues to grow as Windows 7 nears the End-of-Support

Netmarketshare has released their numbers for October 2019 and they are mostly good for Microsoft. After pushing Windows 10 to the customers since launch, the Operating System has now captured almost 55% of the market share. Moving to the web browser, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer both have seen a

Microsoft might be getting rid of the rounded corners on Chromium-based Edge

Earlier today, Microsoft updated the Canary branch of Chromium-based Edge to v79.0.300.0. The update brought general bug fixes and improvements to the web browser. In the new update, Microsoft also made some UI changes and the company seems to be ditching the rounded corners. First spotted by a Reddit user,

Sony confirms PlayStation 5 holiday 2020 release date

The PlayStation 5, Sony’s next-generation video game console, will officially release in holiday 2020. The new console, which is set to release alongside Microsoft’s competing Project Scarlett, will also be called — as many assumed — the PlayStation 5. “The name of our next-generation machine is ‘PlayStation 5’ (PS5), and

New leak gives us the first look at the upcoming Microsoft Surface devices

Microsoft is holding their annual hardware event on October 2 and the company has been teasing new Surface devices. Apart from that, Microsoft is also teasing “one more thing” suggesting this might be one of the biggest events for Microsoft in recent years. While we have a rough idea of

Microsoft sheds light on the role of AI and Machine Learning in assessing Windows 10 update rollouts

Microsoft has been under fire recently for messing up Windows 10 updates yet again. The company had to release a major cumulative update to patch all the bugs in the May 2019 Update. Later a former Microsoft employee released a video explaining how Microsoft used to test Windows and what

Microsoft makes some UI changes to “Global Media Controls” in Edge Canary

Microsoft is rolling out a new update for Edge Canary which bumps the web browser to v79.0.284.0. The update also brings a couple of UI changes to the web browser. About a month ago, Microsoft added Global Media Control to Edge Canary. The feature makes it easy to control the

Microsoft enables Tracking Protection on the latest Edge Dev and Canary builds

At Build 2019, Microsoft announced the new Tracking Protection features for Microsoft Edge. The new features allowed users to take control of what gets shared with the websites and to allow users to block websites from tracking them online. The company noted that the Tracking Protection feature will be rolling

Microsoft will pay $26 million for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Jul 22, 2019 at 14:57 GMTMicrosoft has decided to pay $26 million fine for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Microsoft as a corporation did not involve in any corrupt practice, but a group of Microsoft Hungary employees sold Microsoft produces to local resellers at a discount, and those partners,