Microsoft's last weekly Microsoft Edge update before the upcoming holiday break is here, and it's a doozy. The update brings a fresh coat of paint for Edge's icons, bringing them up-to-date with Microsoft's Fluent Design system. There are also lots of new features to check out, including adding text notes to PDFs.
Microsoft launched the latest preview release of Windows Terminal today, bringing it to version 1.5. This release adds a ton of new features to the mix, including full hyperlink support, profile icon emojis, and much more.
Microsoft Edge is about to make it easier to access your favorite sites, right from the Start Menu. The latest update to the Microsoft Edge Dev channel includes the option to pin sites to your Start Menu, along with the usual long list of general improvements and bug fixes.
Microsoft's SwiftKey app on Surface Duo can now be used when spanned across both displays in thumb typing mode. This allows users to use both their thumbs on either screen when in dual-screen mode to type, making typing much more comfortable.
Microsoft Teams is set to gain support for signing into and switching between multiple accounts by December, but it will only work for work/school accounts and personal accounts. Signing into multiple work/school accounts isn't expected until later — likely 2021.
The latest weekly update for the Microsoft Edge Dev channel is here, and it's full of fixes that squash lingering bugs. There are only a couple of new features included, both of which relate to Linux and Mac installs.
Microsoft is laying the groundwork for Apple Silicon Macs with the latest update for Office Insiders on macOS. The update brings Apple Silicon support to Excel, while adding some handy new features for both Excel and PowerPoint.
Microsoft is building out its own Linux-esque package manager for installing software from the command line, and it's available in preview right now. Here's what you need to know about installing everything you need, including the winget-cli client.
A new weekly update is rolling out for the Microsoft Edge Dev channel, bringing a bunch of crash fixes and a new way to navigate PDFs. Caret mode is now available in PDFs, letting you make your way through the document with just your keyboard.
PowerToys' video conference tool is set to is set to roll out next week, but the utility suite picked up a fresh update that brings tons of fixes this week. This build also marks completion of the first pass of localization in 17 languages.
Microsoft Edge Insider testers in the Dev channel can now try out one of the biggest UI changes to hit the browser since launch: vertical tabs. The new feature lets you set tabs aside in a vertical stack on the left of your screen, hiding them when not in use.
Canonical has released the latest version of Ubuntu, 20.10 Groovy Gorilla, and you can definitely get it installed on your Windows 10 PC with WSL. It's not being released through the Microsoft Store, but with a few commands in the terminal you can get upgraded with ease. Here's what you need to know.
The latest update for the Microsoft Edge Dev channel is now live. Along with finally bringing support for Linux, this latest release also adds the option to take a screenshot and ink on it, as well as the usual big batch of bug fixes and improvements.
After teasing its arrival for some time, Microsoft Edge for Linux is finally here. The Linux flavor of Microsoft's browser is now available to test in the Edge Dev channel, with a full release presumably planned in the coming months.
Microsoft today launched WebView2, built on top of the new Microsoft Edge. The latest WebView project allows developers to tap into the latest web tech in Microsoft Edge Chromium within their applications on Windows.