Advertisements

Browse By

Category Archives: Microsoft

Microsoft Rolling Out Redesigned Skype Desktop App to Everyone

Microsoft has begun rolling out a redesigned version of its desktop Skype app that resembles the recently-introduced designs of the Windows 10 and mobile apps. With the new design comes a few new features. Microsoft says users can now place free HD video and screen

Advertisements

Microsoft Launches Free Version of its Slack Competitor

Microsoft Teams, the company’s competitor to other team communication tools on the market, has officially received a free version that’s built to compete with the free edition of Slack. The new version is available starting today worldwide in 40 languages. Up until now, Teams has

Microsoft Won’t Include Sets with the Next Windows 10 Update

Remember Sets? It’s Microsoft’s solution to a crowded desktop environment. Essentially, it lets you compile all the windows you have open while you’re getting work done into a single window with apps living in their own tabs. It’s an overall cleaner approach to having multiple

Microsoft Timeline Expanding to Both iOS and Android

After initially unveiling the feature yesterday, Microsoft on stage at Build 2018 formally announced Timeline would be coming to Android via the Microsoft Launcher. With the tap of a button, users will be able to access the same Timeline they’ll find on their Windows 10

Microsoft is Bringing Windows Timeline to its Android Launcher

During its Build 2018 developers conference in Seattle, Microsoft announced it will be bringing Timeline to its Android home screen replacement, Microsoft Launcher (via Neowin). If you recall, the feature allows users to go back and revisit work they’ve done on their Windows 10 PCs

Microsoft’s Next Windows 10 Upgrade is Coming April 30th

Microsoft has announced its next major Windows 10 upgrade, known as the “Windows 10 April 2018 Update,” is officially arriving this Monday, April 30th. The company made the announcement following a delay in release which would’ve seen the software begin rolling out April 10th if

Microsoft Edge Adds iPad Support in Latest Beta

Microsoft has released another beta version of its Edge browser for iOS, and in the update comes support for the iPad. Before, users were limited to using the browser on their standard 16:9 iPhone or 19.5:9 iPhone X, but with the latest beta release, the