Microsoft is making Trusted Documents more secure by making sure they block Active Content like macros, ActiveX, and DDE after the IT admin's choice to block it, instead of the end-users' choice.
Windows 11 released to the Beta channel still has broken Taskbar and Start menu
Microsoft has announced a major change to its Microsoft 365 offering. Starting from tomorrow, personally identifiable information (PII) will be pseudonymized by default in usage analytics.
Microsoft today said that it will stop supporting its Office suite of apps for Android on Chrome OS starting September 18, redirecting them to the web versions. Android users are not affected.
Microsoft has announcing that it is hiking the price for its commercial Microsoft 365 offerings. The cost increase will be applicable from March 1, 2022, and will impact millions of paid seats.
Support for Microsoft 365 apps and services on Internet Explorer 11 has ended today. Users should expect a degraded experience, no new features, connectivity issues, and no support moving forward.
Microsoft has announced that Universal Print will be able to directly integrate with OneDrive across all browsers and devices starting from this week. This is a major step in cloud printing.
Microsoft announced that it is redesigning over 1,800 emojis in Windows, Teams, and other Microsoft 365 services. The new emoji feature a 3D design and will roll out to Windows this holiday.
Microsoft today officially announced Windows 365 and Cloud PC, a cloud-powered virtualization service that lets businesses deploy, manage, and run Windows 10 and Windows 11 via the cloud.
Microsoft has begun rolling out the new Office UI containing rounded window and ribbon corners to users running Beta channel Office Insider builds. The update is heading out in a staggered manner.
Microsoft has introduced a new version of Whiteboard that focuses on hybrid work. The collaborative workspace has gained a new UI, fresh tools for guided collaboration, new types of content, and more.
Microsoft today detailed a bunch of improvements that it will be bringing to the sharing experience to OneDrive, SharePoint, and more. These include access permissions and link-sharing improvements.
This month's Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 10 version 1909 is causing some users to face issues with logging into the desktop versions of Teams, Outlook, and OneDrive for Business.
Organizations can now use Microsoft 365 Customer Key with Teams, allowing them to encrypt certain data on the tool. Unfortunately, encryption of historical data is not supported as of yet.
Microsoft has acknowledged an issue with Outlook on the desktop that causes trouble with viewing and composing emails. We can confirm the bug based on our testing. A fix is in the works.
Microsoft has announced the EU Data Boundary for the Microsoft Cloud, which means that all data of EU customers utilizing Microsoft services may be stored in the EU region only by the end of 2022.
Microsoft has rolled out new customization options for Reply-all Storm Protection, which is used to detect and restrict email storms in organizations. The feature will be available to all by mid-June.
In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Day, Microsoft has highlighted a few more education-focused features coming to its apps - including OneNote, and Edge - in time for back to school.
Microsoft has listed the updates to its Microsoft 365 offerings as part of its monthly roundup. Teams gets polling improvements, Outlook on the web has an updated apps pane, and much more.
Microsoft today announced a new Show Changes feature for Excel on the web that lets owners keep track of the changes made to a spreadsheet. It's rolling out now to Microsoft 365 subscribers.
Today, Microsoft published a roundup post to outline new features that are available in Microsoft 365 for individuals and families, such as voice recognition in Outlook for iPhone and more.
Microsoft has acknowledged an ongoing problem with a range of its cloud services, including Azure and Microsoft 365, which may make it impossible to use its services. The team is working on it.
Microsoft Word on the web can now automatically convert your work into a PowerPoint slide deck. It acts as a great starting point for creating presentations by removing boilerplate effort.
Screenshots of Microsoft's Office and Word apps on Android sporting a dark mode have leaked. The company is reportedly working on bringing the feature to Excel and PowerPoint as well.
At Microsoft's spring Ignite 2021 conference today, the company announced that Universal Print is now generally available as part of enterprise Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 subscriptions.
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Microsoft today announced that the ability to share To Do lists from a personal account to a work accounts is now generally available. The feature can be enabled by organizations' admins.
Microsoft has announced that it will enforce throttling for Exchange mailboxes which receive over 3,600 messages per hour. This threshold was previously treated as a "soft limit" by the company.
Microsoft has updated its unified Office app to now support iPadOS devices, a full year after the app was made generally available to Android and iOS users. There are also a few new PDF features.
Microsoft has announced via the message center that it will be introducing a 'Teams Pro' service plan for Microsoft 365 business users in March to add "meeting intelligence" and webinar capabilities.
The week that's just ending has brought news relating to the ZeniMax acquisition, productivity enhancements, Windows updates, and more. Be sure to catch up on all that via our handy overview.
Today, Microsoft announced Viva, a new Microsoft 365 service that's considered to be an Employee Experience Platform, setting up companies and users for the future of the workplace.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to hold special events for its Windows, gaming, cloud, and security products in the next few months. A Microsoft 365-focused event is scheduled for this week.
Microsoft has announced a host of new capabilities that are making their way to its mobile apps, including Outlook, Teams, and the unified Office app. The latter is also coming to iPad.
Today, Microsoft published its monthly roundup detailing what's new with its Microsoft 365 subscription service during the month of January. Major focuses include Teams, Lists, and To Do.
Application Guard for Office is now generally available after Microsoft introduced the security feature early in 2020 along with Safe Documents. It isolates untrusted files in a virtualized sandbox.
Microsoft is announcing a new website that will give people a look into what informs and inspires product features. It will also be used for conversations that shape future products and tools.
Microsoft has shared a blog post detailing all the changes made to Teams in December of last year. These include virtual breakout rooms, live captions for calls, offline file access on iOS, and more.
If you're looking for a deal when signing up for Microsoft 365, Amazon is giving away a $40 gift card for anyone that signs up for an auto-renewing subscription of the Family service.
Today, Microsoft announced that its main Office suite is available to run natively on ARM-powered Macs. There are also some other Microsoft 365 features for Mac being highlighted today.
Microsoft has announced through the Admin center that dark mode for OneDrive on the web will begin rolling out in January. Both commercial and consumer accounts will receive the feature.