Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 11 2022 Update, which is now the official public name of the version known as "22H2" up until now. This is the first major update to Windows 11.
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WhatsApp has announced that its new app for Windows is now live. It ditches the web-based Electron framework in favor of Windows-native Universal Windows Platform (UWP) technologies.
The Tabbed File Explorer in Windows 11 has finally arrived for all Dev Channel Insiders. While it is still in its infancy, here are five features I would like the new interface to have if it hits GA!
Microsoft has announced that its ARM64EC application binary interface (ABI) is now fully supported on Windows 11 on ARM. It allows developers to mix and match x64 and ARM code in a single codebase.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of a Teams client that runs natively on Apple Silicon. The key benefit here is performance improvements as compared to running Teams on emulation.
Google has rolled out the final Beta build for Android 13. Beta 4 obviously does not introduce any new features, it just focuses on bug fixes and optimizations ahead of the general release of the OS.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of GitHub Copilot, its AI-powered development assistant. If you're looking for an AI to help you write code, you can give it a go at $10/month.
Microsoft has announced the general rollout of Visual Studio 2022 17.1 which contains a faster file search experience, Git enhancements, improved file saving capabilities, and lots more.
Microsoft's latest cloud vertical, Cloud for Retail, will hit general availability on February 1. The company has also highlighted some opportunities that retailers should be targeting.
Microsoft has revealed November 8, 2021 as the launch date for Visual Studio 2022. That said, a release candidate (RC) build with a go-live license for production use is available already.
Microsoft has announced that its latest "perpetual" license of Office LTSC is now available for organizations. The consumer version, Office 2021, will be available on October 5, same as Windows 11.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of Windows Server 2022 today. This release promises advanced multi-layered security, a flexible application platform, and hybrid Azure capabilities.
Microsoft has announced that Azure Government Top Secret, its cloud offering dealing with modernizing infrastructure and data management tooling for classified U.S. Government operations, has hit GA.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of email OTP for better B2B collaboration. Guest users will be allowed to access resources without Azure AD, a Microsoft account, or Google federation.
You can now build apps and chatbots using minimal code directly within Microsoft Teams, thanks to the general availability of Power Apps and Power Virtual Agents apps, as well as Dataverse for Teams.
Azure Lab Services integration with Microsoft Teams is now generally available. The service allows you to provision VMs on demand, and invited users can utilize them without an Azure subscription.
Microsoft has now announced that Tasks in Teams are now generally available. Moving forward, the company will be doing a rebranding and offer users the ability to create tasks from chats and channels.
Microsoft has announced the first generally available release of the C++ extension for Visual Studio Code, which includes support for Linux on ARM and ARM64, rich code formatting settings, and more.
With the start of October, Dynamics 365 release wave 2 for this year has reached general availability. As such, 400 new capabilities and feature updates have been brought to the ERP suite of services.
Microsoft is aiming to address the growing AI skills gap with its new partnership with General Assembly. Three core areas have been outlined by the companies as part of this collaboration.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of several new features for Windows Store developers, including a redesigned dashboard, new analytics, and easier management of app pricing and sales.
After launching as a preview back in July 2016, Microsoft Stream is now generally available in 181 markets and in 44 languages. The video management tool is targeted at enterprise customers.
IT administrators looking to deploy add-ins to Office installations more easily can now take advantage of Office 365's Centralized Development. The feature, which has been in preview, has now hit GA.
What I thought would be an electronics board with LED control and perhaps FM functionality, unraveled into a world which included Bluetooth, WiFi, displays and controllers as well as advanced robotics