It is time to catch up with the latest Microsoft news that happened during the last week. We have dead Surface, weird updates, not-so-dead Windows 7, stats, app updates, new builds, and more.
Windows 11 build 23545 fixes a number of File Explorer bugs and more
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The upcoming redesign of File Explorer for Windows 11 will make it look much like the rest of the OS, with rounded interfaces, refreshes for the address bar, moving the action buttons and more.
Microsoft today snuck in the fact that Windows 11 will soon finally add native support for opening files in the popular RAR archive file format, which has been requested by users for decades.
Microsoft's Azure Deployment Environments allows developers to get faster and easier to their infrastructure and environments by using project-based templates. It's available for free right now.
This public preview allows Microsoft's Azure DevOps users to access all the GitHub Advanced Security features, including secret scanning, dependency scanning, and CodeQL code scanning capabilities.
Microsoft has announced a redesign for its browser on Windows 11. The new version brings back the fan-favorite Mica material and introduces rounded corners for tabs, containers, new animations, more.
The previously revealed Avatars are just some of the new features that are coming in the near future to Microsoft Teams users, including Microsoft Mesh-powered immersive spaces and more.
Microsoft says the upcoming feature in Microsoft Designer and Bing Image Creator will put in metadata in any image or video that was created by AI so it can be quickly identified later.
Adding Bing search to OpenAI's ChatGPT will bring more recent information to the chatbot, while the new Bing Chat plugin partners will include Expedia, Instacart, Kayak, Klarna, Redfin, and more.
How to watch and what to expect from Microsoft Build 2023? This AI-focused developer conference will last three days. Here's everything you need to know about Microsoft Build 2023 event.
The annual Microsoft developers event will combine virtual workshops and conferences with in-person events to be held in Seattle, Washington. Registration is now available for attendees.
According to @_h0x0d_, a reliable Microsoft leaker, the company's upcoming developers conference will happen on May 23-24, 2023. It will be an in-person and global digital event for developers.
Microsoft today opened registration for the upcoming Build 2022 conference. Everyone can sign up for free to visit various sessions during the virtual event that will take place on May 24-26, 2022.
In the last seven days we had the Build conference, a reveal of the Xbox and Bethesda E3 event date, and some needed improvements to shared calendars on Windows. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
The premium version of Microsoft's data analytics platform is receiving real-time analytics and big data improvements, while Power BI Embedded now offers integration with Jupyter Notebooks.
A new process mining capability for Power Automate enables paves the path for automation insights, while new professional development tools lead the way for Power Apps in the Power Platform.
The last seven days have brought a very impressive earnings report from Microsoft, an increase of the cut for PC game devs, and a fix for a faulty Windows update. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
In a leaked video from WalkingCat, Microsoft showed off its upcoming show dates, including for Build 2021 and even for its fall Ignite event, teasing a likelihood of digital events for all of 2021.
Unsurprisingly, Microsoft's Build 2020 virtual event took place this week, where the firm announced new things coming to Azure, Edge, plus much more. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
Microsoft has announced that Outlook is getting the ability to interact with Yammer communities directly from their inbox. The feature is already available on the web and rolling out to Outlook apps.