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iFixit gives the Surface Laptop 2 a 0/10 repairability score, just like the original model

iFixit gave Microsoft’s latest Surface devices the teardown treatment this week, and as expected, the Surface Laptop 2 didn’t fare any better than the “glue-filled monstrosity” that was the original Surface Laptop.

App Mirroring may be Microsoft’s most successful platform development pivot yet

The question now becomes, will App Mirroring be enough of functionality to keep people who have become used to new app experiences on their phones, using those same experiences on the desktop when applicable?

Microsoft releases new patch for the Windows 10 April 2018 update

The build 16299.755 for the Windows 10 April 2018 Update is now available to download and it brings a pretty long list of fixes.

Here’s what’s new in OneNote for October 2018

The new features list for OneNote will streamline the Mac, Windows 10 and Online versions and bring them more in line with the way OneNote 2016 functions.

Minecraft held a virtual music festival last month, and called it Coalchella

A group of Minecrafters and DJ's started the first major music festival in Minecraft, humorously named Coalchella.

Apple announces October 30th NYC event, new iPads and Macs expected

News just in, Apple has announced a Special Event, for October 30th. This image looks like Simpsons with Marge at the bottom, but expect more artistic flair from the event. Is there a hint of Apple going back to its roots? New Apple iPads and Macs are expected, with Face recognition,

Samsung shows off its Surface-like Galaxy Book2

At first, second and even third glance, the Samsung Book 2 looks in most respects, just like a Surface Pro

Half-Life 2: The Orange Box and three more Valve games are now Xbox One X enhanced

Half-Life 2: The Orange Box bundle, Portal: Still Alive, Left 4 Dead and its sequel Left 4 Dead 2 are now enhanced for the Xbox One X, with a 9X resolution bump, better textures and smoother performance.

Analysts expect Microsoft to bounce back from recent stock woes with earnings report next week

Analysts believe there's at least a recovery on the way for Microsoft after it reports its quarterly earnings next week.

Microsoft invests in Pennsylvanian wind energy though partnership with TransAlta Renewables

Microsoft has signed a deal with TransAlta Renewables to purchase 90 megawatts of cleaner energy over a period of 15 years.

Microsoft reportedly aiming for a Q2 2019 release of next-gen HoloLens

The next-gen headset reportedly needs to spend a little more time in the oven, and Microsoft is now aiming for a a Q2 2019 release.

Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer launches CourtVision – AR for the NBA (updated)

Steve Ballmer, who is the former CEO of Microsoft as well as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, has launched a new AR experience for fans of basketball.

How-To: Make a Windows 10 screen recording without installing any software

Making a screen recording is a fairly common task. Creating a video of your desktop can be the simplest way to demonstrate a problem, offer help to a friend or family member or simply record the steps taken to solve an issue. Previously,

New Windows Insider series to go behind the scenes on how Windows works

Recently announced, the Windows team is unveiling its Windows Internals Series and is starting off the serial with a deep dive into the development of the One Windows Kernel.

Microsoft starts testing new To-Do shortcut in Windows 10 Mail app

Microsoft has started testing the addition of a new To-Do shortcut in the left panel of the Mail and Calendar apps on Windows 10.

Satya Nadella hauls in a $25 million paycheck for a record fiscal year 2018

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella hauled in a massive paycheck for the fiscal year 2018 which was recently revealed in Microsoft’s Annual Proxy Statement after a year where several milestones were met by different Microsoft businesses. Salary,

Bill Gates remembers his friend and Micrsosoft co-founder Paul Allen

I met Paul when I was in 7th grade, and it changed my life.

Microsoft gets another low score from iFixit for Surface Pro 6

Surface devices are notoriously hard to repair, and as it turns out the Surface Pro 6 is unfortunately no exception.

Windows Insiders are Welcomed to Microsoft HQ

Simon Allison is back from the Microsoft Redmond Campus, here is what he had to say…..The Tour of the campus was an Amazing Experience.  Some of you asked how did I enter the contest, what did I have to do and what did you see whilst I was there? The Windows Insiders Bug Bash […]

Office 365 seeks to stop over 8 million business email phishing attempts with new low miss rate

Although the company wasn't quite up to par with competitors at first, the service has been quickly improved and has now blocked over 5 billion phishing attempts.

Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps to get a slightly lighter dark mode

Microsoft appears to be slowly tweaking its dark mode on Windows 10 to make it look slightly less dark, and the Outlook Mail and Calendar apps are the latest app to get a new dark grey background color.

Microsoft list changes to clipboard history, Settings crashes under Known Issues for Windows 10 Insi

Windows 10 Insider preview build 1862 aka 19H1 was just released to Insiders

Microsoft releases new 19H1 build 18262 for Fast, Skip Ahead Insiders

Microsoft has just released the latest Windows 10 Insider build for Fast Ring and Skip Ahead builds for the upcoming 19H1 update to the operating system. In the build, Microsoft has included an option to see which of your running apps are DPI Aware,

New radial interface for typing text using a game controller or gestures appears in new Microsoft pa

Microsoft is apparently working on a new a radial interface that would let consumers easily type characters on the Xbox One or Windows Mixed Reality using gamepad thumbsticks or various gestures.

Bing works to improve web crawler efficiency

The Microsoft's Bing team just announced that it's working on making its web crawler more efficient

Microsoft teams up with Taco Bell to offer limited-edition Xbox One X consoles

Taco Bell has partnered with Microsoft to create a special limited-edition platinum Xbox One X consoles with the fast food joint’s iconic bell noise upon the console's boot.

How-To: All about Bluetooth on Windows 10

With the performance and availability of wireless peripherals continuing to grow, Bluetooth is becoming an increasingly common feature on Windows PCs. Whereas it was once limited to a handful of laptops, Bluetooth’s now a common sight on all Windows tablets and convertibles,

The latest Chrome update leverages its PWA platform on Windows 10

The latest Chrome upgrade comes with the rare collaborative support between Google's browser and Microsoft's Windows 10 that allows the browser to install PWA's as regular applications on Windows 10.

GitHub introduces Actions, a new way to automate software development

Perhaps, in preperation of its long term Microsoft stewardship, GitHub just announced GitHub Actions, which should help developers improve their project efficency.

Windows 10 October 2018 Update Build 17763.104 is now available for Slow and Release Preview Insider

This new cumulative updates fixes several issues related to Task Manager, Microsoft Edge and Connected Standby, and it also adresses adresses compatibility problems with drivers, third-party antivirus and virtualization software.

Announced at Ignite, Azure releases Digitial Twins preview for 3D modelling of any physical environm

Microsoft is preparing its partners for the inevitable IoT future with its Azure Cloud Services offerings, more specifically, its recently released Azure Digital Twins platform looks to address spatial computing of the physical world.

Microsoft works to make buying clean energy easier, for itself and other companies

To mitigate weather-related risks associated with renewable energy agreements, Microsoft has teamed up with various partners to create a new risk-management tool called volume firming agreement (VFA).

The Crysis trilogy is now backward-compatible on Xbox One

Xbox's Major Nelson has just announced that Electronic Art’s classic Crysis trilogy of games for the Xbox 360 is now backward-compatible on the Xbox One.

Microsoft signs Made by Dislexia pledge, offers tools and support for students

Immersive Reader will be added to Flipgrid as well as OneNote and Word Online.

How to install a virtual machine on Windows 10 using Hyper V, now even easier with Quick Create

Currently, it’s possible to run a number of Linux distros natively on Windows 10. However, these Linux environments are limited in the features and tools that you can use. In Windows 10, there are only three distros to choose from: Ubuntu, SUSE Linux Enterprise, and OpenSUSE Leap.

Razer Phone 2 goes up to pre-order on the US Microsoft Store

After the US Microsoft Store started selling the gaming-focused Razer Phone last year, its successor the Razer Phone 2 is now up for pre-order and priced at $799.99.

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