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Microsoft Brings Read Aloud Feature To Edge Beta For Android

Microsoft has just rolled out a new update for Edge Beta for Android. Starting today, Android users can use the new Read Aloud feature and Honey extension. Microsoft has added many interesting features to its Chromium Edge browser lately. As a part of the latest Beta update, you can now …

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Microsoft Confirms New Update Error in Windows 10 Version 1903, Releases Updates to fix VB Bugs

Microsoft has acknowledged various known issues introduced by this month’s patch Tuesday updates. One of the issues that affected a subset of Windows 10 users was a black screen bug. Some people reported that they encountered a black screen bug after the first log on. The Redmond giant has recently …

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Microsoft Office 2019 Will Be The Last Offline Productivity Suite, Users Will have To Adopt To Office 365 After Support Ends?

Microsoft Office version 2019 will be the last offline productivity suite with an onsite installation and system license. The company appears to have confirmed that MS Office 2019 will not have a successor. Simply put, Office 365 will now be the only option for users who want an office productivity …

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Microsoft Office Insider Build Brings Advanced Threat Protection Co-authoring Improvements

Microsoft has been focusing more on Office 365 lately with AI-driven features for PowerPoint. Today, Microsoft has pushed a new Office Build 12001.20000 for the Windows Insiders. The new build brings a handful of new features for Outlook, Excel, Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint. Microsoft has added an icon search functionality …

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Microsoft Your Phone App And Samsung Dex Allow All Access On PC To Communication, Controls And Content Synced With Android Smartphone

Microsoft Your Phone app is promising to become a comprehensive platform that allows users to execute all smartphone functions through a computer running Windows OS. Once synced with a PC, the Your Phone app effectively eliminates the need to pick up the mobile device. After the rather disappointing performance of …

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Microsoft And Informatica Offer Attractive Cloud Services Migration Package To Help Customers Get On Azure

Microsoft has announced an interesting and attractive combination package in association with Informatica. Together the companies will offer free tools to help companies successfully migrate their analytics workloads to the cloud. These tools address the most taxing tasks that enterprises must undertake before they shift their data and digital processes …

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Microsoft MSDN Magazine Nears End Of Publication Forcing Developers To Online MS Doc and GitHub For Solutions And Resources

Microsoft has decided to stop the publication of a journal that was dedicated to developers who worked on the software and platforms developed by the company. The Microsoft MSDN Magazine, which started its journey over three decades ago, offered technical guidance to the Microsoft developer community. Microsoft will stop the …

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Microsoft Azure To Get Large-Scale AI Capabilities With OpenAI Partnership And $1 Billion Investment

Microsoft is keen to bolster the capabilities of its enterprise and commercial cloud hosting and services platform Azure. The company has now invested a billion US dollars into OpenAI and even entered into an exclusive partnership with the AI research company. Together, the duo intends to explore new technologies that …

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Microsoft Edge Browser Being Readied For Business And Enterprise Use, Reveals Unveiled Roadmap

Microsoft Edge, the browser that evolved alongside Windows 10, is moving onto bigger and greater roles. The Chromium-based web browser is being readied to serve reliably in the enterprise sector. Microsoft intends to groom the successor to Internet Explorer for businesses. The company unveiled an interesting and comprehensive roadmap for …

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Linux Becomes The Most Used Operating System On Azure Cloud-Based Enterprise Solutions, But Microsoft Isn’t Worried

Linux is now the most used Operating System (OS) on Microsoft Azure. The cloud-based enterprise solutions service belongs to Microsoft, a maker of Windows OS. Linux’s meteoric rise in usage against Microsoft’s own operating system is surprisingly seen as an exceptionally good thing by senior executives in Microsoft. In other …

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