We're all stuck inside for the foreseeable future, which means family and friend time is on the backburner for quite a while. Thankfully, there are tons of apps out there that can keep your game and movie nights going, if only virtually. What are you using to keep in ouch with friends and family?
A new Microsoft Edge Dev channel build went out to testers today, and it brings a ton of fixes and improvements across the board. It also adds the ability to resume downloads from the download management page.
Microsoft is releasing a version of Teams for families and consumers later this who subscribe to Microsoft 365. What does it mean for the Skype video chat app, which powers Teams? Not much. Microsoft will continue to offer both for the foreseeable future.
Microsoft revealed today that Skype is up to 40 million daily users, a 70 percent bump over last month. There's also been a 220 percent increase in Skype to Skype calling minutes compared to last month.
Microsoft has today announced that Microsoft Teams, a service in use by over 44 million people for work, will soon be getting new consumer-focused features designed for keeping families and friends connected. These new features will be coming to the existing Microsoft Teams client, and will show up in preview first on iOS and Android in the coming months.
A new Password Monitor, vertical tabs, and smart copy feature is coming soon to Microsoft Edge. The new Microsoft Edge will also begin rolling out on Windows Update starting next month, with Collections coming soon to stable as well as Android and iOS.
Microsoft revealed Money in Excel today during its launch of new Microsoft 365 features. The new feature is a budgeting tool that makes it easy to keep track of your finances in Excel, much like the Microsoft Money of old.
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 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 writing and presenting skills, financing, and online safety.
Rosetta Stone's Unlimited Languages subscription gives you access to learn 24 different languages for an entire year! This digital activation code will be emailed to you right after purchase so you can begin learning today.
Another weekly update is out for the Microsoft Edge Dev channel, and it has a host of handy features to check out. New in this release are a couple of improvements to collections, extension sync, and more.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield says the company is working on Microsoft Teams integration for calling. While there's no timeline available for when the features might ship, the integration could mean Slack and Teams users could call one another regardless of which app they're using.
A fresh update is now available for Dell Mobile Connect, making the app work just as well with iOS devices as it does with Android phones. Now, iOS users can mirror their screen on their PCs and send files back and forth between devices.
Microsoft announced this week that it will pause updating the Microsoft Edge Stable release channel to Chromium 81 "in light of the current circumstances." This falls in line with Google's Chrome release schedule, which was altered due to shifting work schedules during the coronavirus pandemic.
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...