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Windows now has its own File Recovery tool
Jun29

Windows now has its own File Recovery tool

Microsoft has launched its own Windows File Recovery tool to help you recover files you deleted accidentally. The Windows File Recovery tool, which is a command line app, will recover different kinds of files and documents from your local drives, USB drives, and SD cards from cameras. There is, however, a caveat—you will need to use it as soon as possible on deleted files to be sure they have not been overwritten. This is not...

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Microsoft makes Teams available for personal use
Jun23

Microsoft makes Teams available for personal use

Microsoft will make its Teams service available for personal use; though this is not to be regarded as a kind of rebranding or launching a different version. What the company is trying to do according to The Verge, is to reposition the existing Microsoft Teams app with some functionalities that a set of people whose target is more than just chat will find appealing. The personal version will first be launched as a preview for iOS and...

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Microsoft expands number of people visible during Teams meeting to 49
Jun16

Microsoft expands number of people visible during Teams meeting to 49

Microsoft Meets wants to keep up with the chase as Zoom continues to raise ahead of other competitors in the videoconferencing space. On Monday, the company [Microsoft] announced the expansion of participants who can be visible in a meeting to 49—exact same number allowed to be visible in Zoom. Being able to see the faces of people in same meeting as you is an added advantage, and helps to make conversations smooth and encouraging....

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Bill Gates steps down from the board of Microsoft
Mar14

Bill Gates steps down from the board of Microsoft

Bill Gates has stepped down from the board of Microsoft, the company announced on Friday. Gates, according to a company statement, will now “dedicate more time to his philanthropic priorities.” End of an era you could call it—but will continue to serve as Technology Advisor to CEO Satya Nadella and other leaders in Microsoft. Gates was in charge of the company from the 1980s all through to 2008 before leaving to focus more on the Bill...

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Microsoft officially launches its new Edge Chromium browser on Windows and macOS
Jan16

Microsoft officially launches its new Edge Chromium browser on Windows and macOS

The Microsoft Edge Chromium browser has finally been launched and is now available to both Windows and macOS users. If you use any of the aforementioned operating systems, then you can download the stable version of the new browser and start using it straightaway. The new Edge browser is expected to fully replace the current Microsoft browser; though it seems the company is not really in a rush to speed up the actual roll out. The...

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Microsoft ends support for Windows 7
Jan14

Microsoft ends support for Windows 7

One of the most successful and widely used Windows in history after Windows X is going away [gone actually]. Microsoft has announced that it is ending support for Windows 7—a decision that will leave your PC vulnerable if you fail to make the switch to Windows 10. This will no doubt affect millions of PCs around the world, but the decision has already been made and die-hard Windows 7 fans are left with no choice but to make that...

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