Microsoft just can't help itself! This week the software giant is getting rid of books from the Microsoft Store, which begs the question Did you know the Store had books in it? Cortana's bot is also leaving Skype, but as it turns out all bots are (thankfully) leaving Skype too, and there's a new Surface Book 2 on the market, or rather new Core i5 model.
Tune is for our latest Week in Microsoft episode to catch up on all the news!
The #WeekInMicrosoft episode No. 6
- Surface Book 2 with 8th Gen Intel Core i5 processor now available to order
- Razer Turret for Xbox One now available
- Cortana bot says 'goodbye' to Skype, but you'll still get suggested replies
- October 2018 Update crosses just over 26 percent of Windows 10 PCs
- Microsoft is removing books from the Microsoft Store on Windows 10
Windows Hello is now more accurate with new Windows 10 updates
A new cumulative update is now rolling out for Windows 10 versions 1909 and 1903. This latest round of fixes includes an update to the accuracy of Windows Hello, along with several other tweaks.
Microsoft Edge Dev channel snags 3D view for developers in latest update
A fresh update is rolling out to the Microsoft Edge Dev channel today, bringing a 3D view tool for developers and more. Microsoft has also confirmed it's discussing bringing back features like "Set Aside" for tabs.
Microsoft's Project Tokyo uses AI to help blind people recognize faces
A new post from Microsoft shares how a converted HoloLens and Project Tokyo help blind people recognize faces. Spatial audio and well-designed cues help people and tech work together to improve conversations.
Best stands for your WMR headset
You need somewhere to keep your Windows Mixed Reality headset safe when it's not on your head, right? Well, you need a good stand and we have the best ones right here.