During a keynote dedicated to Windows 11 at the annual Build developer conference, Microsoft revealed one of the most requested and long-anticipated features coming soon to Windows Widgets.
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Several weeks ago, Microsoft released a redesigned Weather app infested with MSN News and ad banners. After an outbreak of criticism, the software giant gave in and removed news and ads.
Microsoft has started rolling out a redesigned Weather app for Windows 10 and 11 (MSN Weather). The latest version features a brand-new design paired with a news feed and recommended content.
First introduced in Dev Channel, Microsoft has begun rolling out a new update in the Widgets in Windows 11 to all users, whether you are on 22H2 or 21H2. However, you may not immediately get it.
Microsoft has announced a series of steps that it is taking to aid Ukrainian authorities and civilians. It has also detailed how it is dismantling Russian state-sponsored propaganda on its platforms.
Microsoft Start is a unified brand for Microsoft's news service and a rebrand for MSN News and Microsoft News. The new name applies to all platforms, including the News apps on mobile.
Microsoft removed editors from MSN and replaced them with an AI last month, just a week later, the company had to apologize after the AI published a story with an image of a totally different person.
Microsoft debuted a new look for its MSN news mobile apps, now the firm is rolling out the same redesigned look and branding for its Windows 10 app. This update is available for Fast Ring Insiders.
Today, Microsoft announced that it was rebranding MSN as Microsoft News. It also revamped its iOS and Android apps in the process. We take a quick hands-on look at the new app on Android.
Microsoft has released a new MSN News beta app for Android and iOS. The app features a complete design overhaul and includes a bunch of new features to help make the news-reading experience better.
The recently rebranded MSN apps are now available for iOS and Android devices. They offer news, guides, videos and lifestyle info as well as cross platform synchronization, all for free.