Microsoft Garage has launched some experimental and innovative consumer-oriented applications on its website for various platforms developed by enthusiasts within the company.
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Microsoft has posted a feature spotlighting the Microsoft Garage facility where employees can work on side projects, including one where the Windows XP chime was recreated by a robot xylophone.
Microsoft has released a new video showing the recent opening of the Maker Garage, a space inside the Microsoft Garage building established to let employees use 3D printing on their side projects.
The Microsoft Garage division of the company, which allows anyone at Microsoft to work on any project they want, has an interesting and colorful motto: "Do epic s**t."
Microsoft has released a new and free program from its Garage division, Mouse Without Borders, that allows PC users to link several desktops together and drag, copy and paste files with one mouse.