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.
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A new Xbox Update Preview has been offered to Alpha Skip-Ahead members. Among bug fixes, the new update includes ‘Party Chat - Noise Suppression' to improve the listening experience.
Here is another weekly update for Edge in the Dev channel. Version 102.0.1245.3 brings improvements for cloud gaming, the option to add passwords manually in settings, and various bugfixes.
In this week's recap of everything that happened in the Microsoft-verse, we have some juicy news items related to Windows 3D Movie Maker from 1995, a leaked Outlook client, and some Defender woes.
This was probably the busiest week of the month when it comes to news related to Microsoft. We have lots to discuss, including a colorful Task Manager, quarterly results, and Edge enhancements.
This week, we are recapping a bunch of updates for Microsoft apps and services, Windows updates (and the lack of them), and some incidents in the cybersecurity space. Read about all of this here!
In our latest recap for the Microsoft-verse, we have lots of stuff to talk about including tons of Windows updates, recent cybersecurity incidents, and some useful features being added to Edge.
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.
In what was perhaps the busiest week of the year so far, you can find out more about Google's antics to bash Microsoft, Defender continuing to perform admirably in evaluations, and default browsers.
Join us as we recap an exciting week in the Microsoft-verse full of Windows Easter eggs, news about cybersecurity incidents involving Lapsus$ and others, and gaming news including DirectStorage.
We had an absolutely crazy week in the world of Microsoft. We have news ranging from ads in File Explorer to a UK minister asking Microsoft when it's going to get rid of the algorithms.
We have had a very exciting past few days in the Microsoft-verse due to some references to the never-announced Windows 9 and a secret File Explorer in Windows 11 that you can read about here!
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.
The latest Microsoft Weekly digest deals with some pesky requirements that the company is imposing on Windows 11 users, a watermark, a new Dev Channel build, and details about a PWA hub.
Join us as we recap everything important that happened in the Microsoft-verse in the past few days including some significant Windows 11 builds, decent news for developers, and the death of a mascot.
In this week's recap of everything that happened in the Microsoft-verse in the past few days, we have news related to a lot of Windows 11 leaks, a bunch of Teams upgrades, and some security insights.
There was a lot of news from a variety of diverse topics in the world of Microsoft this week ranging from Windows 11, to cybersecurity, to the Outlook-ification of Gmail, and much more.
A lot happened in the world of Microsoft this week, ranging from news about Windows 11 updates, enhancements for Teams, and some pressure from regulators. Find out more in our latest weekly digest!
If you've been reading Neowin for the past few days, you know that it's been a busy week in the Microsoft-verse due to a major acquisition, and a new program from Google. Find out more in our recap!
This was quite an interesting week in the world of Microsoft thanks to lots of new Windows builds which brought along multiple improvements and fixes... as well as some headaches for Server admins.
Thanks to the end of the holiday season in the U.S., this was quite an eventful week in the world of Microsoft with news items ranging from CES to Windows 11, to Exchange Server Y2K22 bugs.
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.
While this week was relatively slow due to the holiday season, we do have some notable items to recap including Active Directory woes, a couple of acquisitions, and what almost became Cortana's name.
In this week's recap, we take a look at Microsoft's continued efforts to make Edge your default browser, significant changes to Windows, and a new Dev Channel build, among many other things.
This was a very eventful week in the Microsoft-verse due to a shock announcement from Google, Halo Infinite's release, and a major Dev Channel build, among many other things. Check out our recap here.
It's been an eventful week in the Microsoft-verse thanks to some Edge shenanigans, a festive Windows Ugly Sweater, and Dev Channel build 22509, which addresses many issues related to Windows 11.
It's been a relatively slow week due to the holidays in the U.S., but there are still notable news items you might want to catch up on including a complaint against Microsoft in the EU.
Microsoft had lots of stuff to announce this week including tons of Windows 10 and Windows 11 builds, a surprise drop for Halo Infinite Multiplayer, and enhancements to its Edge browser.
It has been an exciting week in the world of Microsoft thanks to lots of Windows updates and builds, and the Surface Laptop SE and Windows 11 SE. Find out more about this in our latest weekly digest.
It's been a very busy week in the Microsoft world, primarily due to the Ignite conference this week. Join us as we unpack that, Windows update woes, and more in our Microsoft Weekly digest.
In this week, we learned about some of Microsoft's unannounced projects such as Windows 11 SE, new Defender and Loop apps, and a Surface laptop. There were also some tensions with the .NET community.
This week, Insiders finally got their hands on Android apps on Windows, new builds for Windows 11, Windows 10 21H1, and Windows 10 21H2. Details about Halo Infinite's PC version were revealed too.
This week, Microsoft released the usual Patch Tuesday updates, which this month included Windows 11 as well. A fix for AMD Ryzen performance issues on Windows 11 rolled out, and much more.
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.
Surveys hint at the preparedness of Windows 11, Office 2021 prices were revealed, Xbox Cloud Gaming made it to more markets and on the console, and more in our weekly Microsoft digest.
This week, Microsoft launched new Surface hardware, including the Laptop Studio, Windows 11 headed to the Release Preview channel, a new Halo Infinite technical preview arrived, and more.
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.
This week in Microsoft news, there are new Windows 11 builds for Beta and Dev channels, security patches and zero-day bugs, Halo Infinite's next multiplayer preview news, and much more.
This week in Microsoft news, Windows 11 Dev channel users start testing a new branch of early development builds, the company announces a hardware event for new Surface devices, and more.
This last week saw the unveiling of a number of gaming-related Microsoft news, as well as the expected Windows 11 test builds, and even new security flaws. Be sure to catch up via our overview.