Zac Bowden

Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.

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Review: Windows 10 version 2004 packs new improvements to existing features
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Review: Windows 10 version 2004 packs new improvements to existing features

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Microsoft's next Windows 10 feature update is almost here. Known only as version 2004 right now, this new version of Windows 10 is all about fit and finish. There's not a whole lot new here in regard to features, but plenty of changes and enhancements to features that have already been part of the OS for some time. In this review, we'll be taking a look at all the notable new changes...

Microsoft Editor for Word, Edge, and Outlook makes you a better writer
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Microsoft Editor for Word, Edge, and Outlook makes you a better writer

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Microsoft Editor enables users to be better writers by underlining words and phrases with suggestions that could enhance their writing. The Editor will analyze your writing and check for plagiarism, protecting you from any issues and helping you be more original in your writing. It'll also help you correctly cite content if necessary, great for students writing reports and papers. Now...

Microsoft 365 brings work, life, and family together under one subscription
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Microsoft 365 brings work, life, and family together under one subscription

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Microsoft has announced a new subscription aimed at consumers who are looking to keep their life organized between home, work, and family. The new subscription is largely a rebrand of Microsoft Office 365, but with several new benefits and features that extend outside of the traditional suite of Office applications. Such benefits include new cloud-powered experiences that enhance your...

What to expect from Microsoft's digital March 30 event for consumers
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What to expect from Microsoft's digital March 30 event for consumers

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Microsoft is holding a virtual press event on March 30, where it is expected to announce a new productivity-focused subscription for consumers. The event won’t be livestreamed publicly, but members of the press will be blogging the news as it happens on the day. We’re expecting the event to be entirely about software and services, and not about new Surface products that the company is...