Microsoft has added the ability to easily generate Skype Meet Now links in its GroupMe messaging app. While the new feature is only Android for now, it lets groups join into a Skype group call without anyone needing a Skype account. The feature is long overdue and in response to the growing popularity of Zoom.
We live in strange times that will hopefully blow over soon. Until then, though, we're all adapting to new habits, which include cleaning and sanitizing stuff more than we may do usually. Here's how to give an Xbox controller a nice clean.
OK, staying home for a loooooong time was kind of novel at first. But at Windows Central, we're all starting to go a bit nuts. Like, Jack Torrance in The Shining nuts. Wacky even. This set of movies, shows, books and music is definitely helping.
Many months ago, the World Health Organization characterized excessive gaming as a disorder. While this is a known problem, no one thought that during the coronavirus pandemic, the WHO would recommend gaming as a pastime activity.
With many colleges and universities sending their many students home, a lot of young adults are left with little to do. That's why a bunch of them started to rebuild their campuses inside of Minecraft, even planning virtual graduations.
Whether you work in a physical office or remotely, your business will probably need a professional online suite like Office 365 for Business or G Suite. Both these services offer work emails, access to apps, cloud storage, and several other similar features, so which is best for you?
With the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic growing around the globe, more and more people are working from home. Here are some tips and tricks from the Windows Central staff on how we stay productive while working from home, and how you can too.
Google's Hangouts Meet is a useful tool that will get you in contact with colleagues, family, and friends. As more and more people move to self-isolation and take up the reins of working from home, nailing Meet basics is more important than ever. This guide has what you need to get started.
Microsoft will donate 240,000 surgical masks, 35,000 hand sanitizers, and 30,000 box lunches this week to families in the Puget Sound area. The donations will help people affected by the coronavirus and are part of a continued effort by Microsoft to help people during the current health crisis.