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Windows 10 Calculator Will Get The Ability To Graph Math Equations

Microsoft is working on a significant new feature for the Calculator app in Windows 10. It made the app open-sourced on GitHub earlier this month and so far, more than thirty suggestions have been received from contributors so far. According to a...
Related topics: Mathematics, Github

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New Screenshots, Details Leak Of Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge [gallery]

Late last year, Microsoft confirmed the rumors that they were rebuilding their Edge browser, using open source tech from Chrome like the Blink engine instead of EdgeHTML. This weekend, new screenshots of the Chromium-based Edge (sometimes lovingly...
Related topics: Screenshots, Chromium, Technology Rumors, Open Source Software, Chrome

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How To Launch Mozilla Firefox In Private Mode By Default

Just like the majority of other advanced browsers on the market, including the likes of Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox comes with a private mode that makes it possible to browse the web without leaving any traces behind. Simply...
Related topics: Firefox, Google, Chrome

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Slack Slings Crypto-keys At Big Biz, Union Gets Worked Over, Vpn Owners Probed, Trolls Trouble...

Plus, two crooks craft a veritable fraudocopia Roundup  This week we got freaked out about heart implant hacks, welcomed a new Microsoft security tool, and endured yet another Facebook fsck up.…
Related topics: Social Media, Facebook

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Report: 2019 Will Be The Year Microsoft Updates File Explorer With The New Fluent Design

Microsoft announced Fluent Design System a couple of years back and since then the company has been working hard to incorporate it. We have seen Microsoft adding Fluent Design to most of the Windows 10 OS as well as the first party Microsoft apps....

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Windows 10 Build 18362 Becomes A 19h1 Rtm Candidate

Microsoft has just shipped Windows 10 build 18362 to insiders in the Slow ring, and this is seen as many be living proof this particular release is at least an RTM candidate, if not the RTM build itself, of the upcoming 19H1 update. Originally...

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Your Phone Swing Both Ways With Share To Phone Feature

Microsoft’s Your Phone app is generally seen as a way of accessing content on your phone, but it turns out the communication works in both directions, and you can also send content to your phone. At present this is in a fairly limited fashion,...

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Skype Now Allows You To Move Video Preview All Around The Screen

Microsoft Skype team received feedback from customers that their own video preview during a Skype video call was too small and stuck in the top right corner. To address this concern, Skype has released a new update. With this latest update, you can...
Related topics: Skype, Tech Videos

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Microsoft's Cloud Boss Explains How It's Packaging Up Its Best Technology To Win Customers Across...

Microsoft has been busy: In less than a month, it unveiled the HoloLens 2 headset, the Azure Sentinel security service, and Game Stack for video game developers. Microsoft Executive VP Scott Guthrie tells us that what this all has in common is the...
Related topics: Computer Security, Tech Videos

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The Windows 10 Calculator Will Soon Be Able To Graph Math Equations

Microsoft is adding a graphing mode to the Windows 10 calculator. The company made the calculator open-sourced on GitHub earlier this month and has received over thirty suggestions from contributors so far, as spotted by ZDNet. The graphing mode is...
Related topics: Github

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Microsoft’s Clippy Came Back From The Dead, But Didn’t Last Very Long

Before Cortana, Alexa, and Siri even existed, Microsoft Clippy dominated the screens of computers in the 1990s to help assist Microsoft Office users when writing letters. He recently made a bit of a comeback only to die off again. The post...

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Microsoft’s Project Xcloud Will Offer Tools To Developers To Bring Their Games To Mobile

The biggest announcement to come out of the Game Developers Conference (GDC) this week was the full unveiling of Google’s Stadia game streaming service.That said, Microsoft has been working for some time now on a similar service called Project...
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From Bytes To Dna: Microsoft Courting Automated Solution To Data Storage Problem

Data centres that occupy sizeable physical space could soon be stored in a much more efficient and less bulky way, say "roughly the size of a few board game dice."
Related topics: DNA, Genetics

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Daily Deals: $600 Surface Pro, $700 Ipad Pro, Smart Home Accessories, And More

Apple, Microsoft The weekend is almost here, but you don’t have to wait until Saturday to start your early-spring shopping spree. Now’s a great time to grab a premium tablet or smart home device for cheap. Right now, there are some great...
Related topics: Microsoft Surface, Ipad, Tablets, Apple

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Windows Calculator Will Get A 'graphing Mode'

Microsoft has chosen "graphing mode" as the first feature to be added to the Windows 10 Calculator app after open-sourcing the project on GitHub.
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Microsoft Bing Maps Finally Gets Route Traffic Coloring

Microsoft Bing Maps is finally getting route traffic coloring feature. Google Maps users will find it very familiar as Microsoft is using the same colors as Google. Blue color indicates no traffic delays, the orange and red colors highlight moderate...
Related topics: Bing, Google

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Microsoft Revived And Killed Clippy In A Single Day

The dream of the '90s was alive in Microsoft Teams this week when Microsoft's old office assistant, Clippy, showed up. If you used Microsoft Office between 1997 and 2001, you likely remember Clippy as the animated paperclip that popped up...

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Microsoft Headset Patent Puts A New Spin On Mixed Reality - Cnet

A holodeck on your head?
Related topics: Patents

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Phishers Bait Hooks For Netflix, Amex Users

Cybersecurity experts at Microsoft's Windows Defender Security Intelligence Team this week reported their discovery of two new email-based phishing campaigns. One targets American Express users while the other targets Netflix customers. Both...
Related topics: Netflix, Computer Security

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Microsoft Resurrects Clippy And Then Brutally Kills Him Off Again

Microsoft’s Clippy has had a hard life. Born in Office 97, Clippy politely offered hints for using Microsoft’s Office software. Often misunderstood, you either loved or hated its soulful eyes and “Groucho eyebrows” (as Microsoft described...

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