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The latest week was a particularly busy one in the world of Microsoft, especially due to Patch Tuesday and some issues caused by it. Windows 11 also received a new Sound Recorder app in preview.
Microsoft's Cloud-based Universal Print capability will expand to India this month, the company has confirmed via its 365 Roadmap page. However, the exact date has not been mentioned yet.
Microsoft has started to roll out seamless switching between multiple accounts for several Microsoft 365 services such as Word and PowerPoint. However, there are some important caveats to know about.
Do you know that Microsoft Start has 500 million monthly active users or that Power BI has over 200,000 customers? If not, check out our list of some interesting usage stats about Microsoft products.
Microsoft has reported an exceptionally strong quarter with a revenue of $49.4 billion and a net income of $16.7 billion. This was due to growth across practically all of its business segments.
Microsoft has revealed new capabilities coming to Reply-all Storm Protection in Exchange Online. Exchange admins will be able to add reports, a GUI for settings, and an alert flow to their arsenal.
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In our recap of yet another busy week in the world of Microsoft, we have lots of stuff to talk about, including what's next for Windows 11, Windows updates, and some enhancements to Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft is working on improvement capabilities for endpoint management. Features will be made available individually as add-ons before being bundled in a new Microsoft 365 plan eventually.
Microsoft Edge has hit version 100.0.1185.29 in the Stable channel. The update bring improvements to how PDFs are previewed and also features enhancements to hardware-enforced stack protection.
Microsoft has revealed the first set of enhanced Teams apps that can now be integrated with Microsoft 365 services such as Outlook and Office.com. However, they are available in preview only for now.
Samsung's new smart monitor, the M8, is almost three-quarters slimmer as compared to the earlier models, comes in four new colors, and is now available for users to pre-order globally.
Microsoft has announced that its design revamp for Office.com should be available to all business and education customers by the end of this week. It is coming soon for the general public too.
This was an extremely busy week in the Microsoft-verse with news items spread across multiple domains including sanctions on Russia, a surprising loss for Defender, and a bunch of web enhancements.
Microsoft is suspending all "new" sales of its products in Russia. This includes Xbox, Windows, Microsoft 365, and Azure. The implication is that existing customers will remain supported.
If you utilize multiple Microsoft accounts in the same web browser, you know how much of a chore it is to switch between accounts. Fortunately, Microsoft has seen the error of its ways.
In a move to expand its literacy portfolio, Microsoft has introduced Reading Coach in addition to new updates to Reading Progress. The latest resource will be available in Teams for Education soon.
Microsoft is offering a deep discount for any business, school, or individual who has been using the Legacy Free Edition of Google GSuite. The free service will need a subscription after May 1st, 2022
Whether you have used Office in the past or are new to its subscription successor, Microsoft 365 Portable Genius provides the expert guidance you need to work smarter in Microsoft 365.
The new Windows 11 device portfolio for education includes the Surface Laptop SE, Windows 11 Pro EDU, and Windows 11 SE devices, and is available to order via education channels, starting at $249.
In our recap for the last week of 2021, we walk you through all the important stuff that happened in the world of Microsoft in the past few days, with a dash of nostalgia for good measure.
The German state of Hesse wanted to replace Microsoft's Teams video conferencing software with one made by a local vendor. However, the court found the alternative solution to be rather inadequate.
Amazon is seemingly giving away a $50 gift card if you commit to a Microsoft 365 Family 12 month subscription. But be aware that this offer is only good for today in the Deal of the Day offerings.
Steve Ballmer, the ex-Microsoft CEO, apparently wanted to name what we know today as Microsoft's Cortana voice assistant as "Bingo" instead. This was revealed by a former Cortana Product Manger.
A coalition led by Nextcloud is taking on Microsoft in the European Union. It says that Microsoft is acting anti-competitively by bundling OneDrive, Teams, and other software in Windows 11.
Microsoft has formally announced its Loop workspace app. It offers portable components that are in sync with other Microsoft 365 apps. The Office.com and Office app on Windows are being updated too.
Microsoft's latest feedback portal is now live for users as a preview. Currently, it has dedicated sections for Edge and Teams, but will expand to cover other Microsoft 365 services and Windows.
Microsoft has reported a strong first quarter of its 2022 fiscal year with a revenue of $45.3 billion. It demonstrated strong growth in cloud offerings and Windows while Surface continued to decline.
Microsoft has announced a new add-on for Microsoft 365 and Office 365 customers, called Privacy Management. It offers organizations a holistic and end-to-end view of their data privacy status.
This week in Microsoft Weekly, we look at all things Windows 11 as the OS is now generally available. We also look at some new apps incoming, new Xbox Game Pass titles, and more in our digest.
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Microsoft is making a seemingly small but useful change to the UI behavior in Excel on Windows to enable Smooth Scrolling. You will soon be able to scroll halfway through a row or a column.
Microsoft is reportedly preparing a new "Feedback portal" for its Microsoft 365 services. It will hit preview later this year and more products, such as Windows, will be added next year.
The Microsoft Cloud for Financial Services is slated to hit general availability on November 1. The company's latest cloud vertical enables the financial sector to innovate using Microsoft tooling.
Microsoft is adding support for co-authoring encrypted Office apps on Windows and macOS, bringing 27 additional languages to live captioning and transcription in Teams, and much more.
Microsoft is going to allow users to join meetings via the cloud anonymously according to the Microsoft 365 listing. Unlike the web app, the desktop client doesn't allow anonymous meetings yet.
In this edition of Microsoft Weekly, there is news of new Windows 11 builds, a bunch of users who can no longer test it on VMs, monthly Patch Tuesday updates, Office 2021 release date, and more.
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 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.